With Kate’s last pregnancy now winding down (her last public appearance was on Friday, March 27th) and the Great Kate Wait gearing up we thought it would be a fun trip down (albeit quite recent) memory lane to recap all of her pregnancy looks in one place.
We found out about Kate’s second pregnancy on September 8th, 2014 when Clarence House confirmed that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were expecting a second baby! Kate, similar to her last pregnancy, is feeling unwell, again experiencing hyperemesis gravidarum. Because of this, William and Catherine made the difficult decision to announce the pregnancy very early on.
Here’s a full recap of Kate’s (fashion) pregnancy – and then scroll down for all the details of each and every event!
Let’s review all of the 27 outings that made up Kate’s (fashion) pregnancy:
October 21st marked the first time we saw Kate in an official capacity since the announcement of her pregnancy when William and Kate welcomed the President of Singapore and his wife in London. The Duchess of Cambridge wore a sharp grey dress coat by Alexander McQueen and matching hat by Jane Taylor. She kept to simple accessories, choosing black suede pumps by Prada and Jenny Packham’s black suede “Roxy” clutch with simple pearl drop earrings by Anoushka. She also wore her Mappin & Web “Empress” necklace.
Later on October 21st, the Duchess attended the Wildlife Photography Awards in London. Kate wore a stunning light blue bespoke gown by Jenny Packham.The Duchess accessorized with LK Bennett “Agata” sandals in a creamy pink suede. She carried a cream suede clutch by Alexander McQueen and wore a diamond statement necklace and earrings by Monica Vinader.
On October 23rd, the Duchess attended and Action on Addiction event in London. Kate opted for a stunning cocktail dress for the evening’s reception in the Temperley London “Emblem Flare Dress”. The Duchess accessorized with her black suede Jimmy Choo “Cosmic” heels and carried a sparkly, beaded clutch handbag. She opted for diamond earrings – a wedding gift from Prince Charles – to add a little glitter to the outfit.
On November 9th, Kate paid respects with other members of the Royal Family on Remembrance Sunday. Kate wore a bespoke version of an Alexander McQueen double breasted wool jacket, a black hat and a poppy brooch.
On November 19th, Kate attended Place2Be’s Wellbeing in School awards. Kate chose the Hobbs “Emilia” blouse from their more formal Invitation line and a gorgeous peacock blue satin midi skirt from Jenny Packham. Kate accessorized with Jimmy Choo “Vikki” pumps and a matching black suede clutch by Mulberry. For jewels, Kate chose to wear her Temple of Heaven chandelier earrings. The Duchess added a black suede belt by Alexander McQueen to cinch in her waist.
On November 25th, the Duchess of Cambridge attended the EACH Norfolk Appeal Launch. The Duchess of Cambridge looked lovely today in a red bespoke dress by Katharine Hooker. Kate wore her Jimmy Choo “Aimee” pumps and carried her Stuart Weitzman “Muse” clutch. The Duchess added a touch of sparkle with her Mappin & Webb Fortune necklace and Kiki McDonough green amethyst earrings.
December 7th was the start of the whirlwind NYC Royal Tour with an evening event to mark the start of the tour. This evening reception was the Royal Foundation Event where Kate wore the Beulah London Amara dress. Kate chose to wear Stuart Weitzman for Russell &Bromley “Power” pumps, Mulberry clutch and diamond earrings.
December 8th started with a visit to the Northside Child Development Center in Harlem for Kate. Kate looked appropriate for the occasion in a Goat Fashion coat called the Black Nude Washington. She paired the coat with black tights, Episode “Angel” suede pumps, Mulberry “Bayswater” clutch, Cornelia James Gloves, her Annoushka drop pearl earrings and a lovely hair half-up, half down style.
On December 8th, the Duchess of Cambridge attended a lunch at the British Consul General in New York City. Kate chose a a Goat Fashion coat called the Black Nude Washington as her main outfit piece. She paired the coat with black tights, Episode “Angel” suede pumps, Mulberry “Bayswater” clutch, Cornelia James Gloves, her Annoushka drop pearl earrings and a lovely hair half-up, half down style.
And finally on December 8th, William and Kate attended an NBA Cavaliers and Nets game in Brooklyn, New York. Kate wore a Tory Burch Bettina coat, black J Brand maternity jeans, black suede pumps and finished off the look with a Mulberry clutch.
December 9th started off with a visit to the 9/11 Memorial site for William and Kate. Kate wore the gorgeous Double Breasted Cerise Wool Silk coat from Mulberry to stand out from the grey and overcast skies. She paired the coat with a Seraphine Maternity dress called the Vanessa, tights and black heels and gloves from Cornelia James.
Again on December 9th, we saw Kate visit the Door / City Kids in New York. Kate wore the gorgeous Double Breasted Cerise Wool Silk coat from Mulberry She paired the coat with a Seraphine Maternity Vanessa dress.
Next on December 9th, William and Kate attended the Creativity is GREAT Reception in NYC. Kate wore a Seraphine Maternity “Vanessa” dress accessorized with the fan-favorite Cartier Trinity necklace we had seen previously seen in 2012 at the National Portrait Gallery. Lots of repliKates for the necklace are here.
And finally on December 9th, for their final event in New York City, William and Kate attended the 600th Anniversary Dinner of St. Andrews at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Kate looked every part the glamorous Duchess wearing an ink blue Jenny Packham dress we have seen before, her Jimmy Choo Cosmic suede shoes, a new diamond and emerald jewellery set and a loosely tousled hair style which showcased the jewels and her glowing skin.
On December 16th, we saw Kate visiting the Poplar Beaver Scouts. Kate paired a black UK Scouting hoodie with black skinny jeans, her Kiki McDonough “Grace” earrings and her Russell & Bromley Charge It boots. Definitely the most casual look we saw this pregnancy!
On January 15th, Kate opened a new Art Room at Barlby Primary School wearing an embellished shift dress from British luxury maternity label Madderson London. Kate accessorized with black suede pumps, most likely her Episode “Angel” courts that she is so fond of. She also carried a matching suede clutch by Mulberry. For jewelry, the Duchess opted for her trusty sapphire drop earrings. She also chose to wear her Cartier Ballon de Bleu watch.
On January 16th, Kate visited the Fostering Network in London wearing her Hobbs animal print shirt dress we had seen her wear the dress twice before during her pregnancy – first in Wales, and again on Christmas day. The Duchess accessorised with black tights, her black suede Stuart Weitzman for Russell and Bromley “Power” pumps and a Mulberry clutch in black suede.
On January 19th, Kate carried out various engagements in Kensington. She wore a Seraphine Maternity baby blue collarless coat called the “Natasha” coat. She paired it with Kate accessorized with her Alexander McQueen suede pumps, Stuart Weitzman for Russell and Bromley suede clutch, Cartier watch, and green amethyst Kiki McDonough drop earrings.
On February 12th, Kate visited Portsmouth with the 1851 Trust. The Duchess wore a Max Mara Villar white coat, a Somerset by Alice Temperley Boat print dress, her Jimmy Choo Georgia heels, Frome blue suede clutch from LK Bennett and sapphire drop earrings to the event.
On February 18th, Kate spent the day in Smethwick as part of her patronage with EACH. Kate chose a dusty cobalt coat from Max Mara’s Sportmax line. A similar coat by the brand is available at Saks. Kate also wore her Seraphine “Florrie” dress, which we saw previously this year. Kate accessorized with her Jimmy Choo “Georgia” pumps and carried her LK Bennett “Frome” clutch. She chose her sapphire earrings and Cartier watch to complete the look.
On March 9th, we saw Kate attend the Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey. Kate wore a bespoke coat by Alexander McQueen in a lovely blush pink color. The coat was seen previously at Trooping the Colour 2013 during her pregnancy with Prince George. The coat also has a matching pink shift dress. Her hat was a bespoke design by Jane Taylor Millinery. The Duchess accessorized with pink satin Prada shoes, which we have seen at previous events. She carried a pink satin clutch, also by Prada. Kate debuted a new pair of pink morganite cushion drop earrings on a white gold hoop. All kinds of RepliKate are available for this look here.
On March 11th, Kate visited Margate in Kent as part of her patronage with the National Portrait Gallery. She wore a coat previously seen during her pregnancy with Prince George – the Hobbs dalmatian print coat. She accessorized with her Anoushka pearl drop earrings, Stuart Weitzman “Power” pumps and Mulberry clutch to complete the look – both in black suede.
On March 12th, Kate spent some time with the cast of Downtown Abbey – a very popular Royal Event! The Duchess of Cambridge debuted a new maternity brand for the day’s events by wearing the Princess maternity coat by Jojo Maman Bebe. She accessorized with her Stuart Weitzman “Power” pumps in black suede, her black suede Mulberry clutch and Anoushka pearl drop earrings. You can get repliKates for the coat here.
On March 13th, Kate attended an Afghanistan Commemorative Service along with the rest of the Royal Family in what was one of my favourite looks from her entire pregnancy. Kate wore a navy coat by Beulah, navy gloves with bows, navy Alexander McQueen shoes, and a matching hat. She also wore a stunning set of jewelry.
On March 17th, we saw Kate visit the Irish Guards for St. Patrick’s Day. Kate debuted a new coat by Catherine Walker paired with an old favourite in her Lock & Co. “Betty Boot” hat. She accessorized with a Cartier Shamrock pin, Kiki McDonough citrine pear drops, Cornelia James “Imogen” gloves, and Emmy brown suede shoes and matching clutch. You can get full details and repliKates here.
On March 18th, we saw Kate out at the Brookhill Children’s Centre looking radiant in a budget-friendly polka dot ASOS maternity dress which of course instantly sold out, but ASOS routinely re-stocks Kate pieces so keep an eye out for the dress. She paired the $63 dress with a black coat made by her personal dressmaker, her Stuart Weitzman power pumps, Mulberry clutch, Mappin & Webb “Fortune” necklace, Cartier “Ballon Bleu” watch, and Kiki McDonough pink morganite drop earrings. We have found some amazing repliKates for this outfit over on the official WWKD RepliKate site!
We last saw Kate on March 27th when she and William visited South London for her last public engagements before her maternity leave begins. Kate wore her bright pink Mulberry coat that we had previously seen during her visit to New York, coupled with a Mulberry clutch, Stuart Weitzman Power pumps and Kiki McDonough pink morganite earrings. We have amazing repliKates for the earrings over on RepliKate!
The next time we see Kate – in an official capacity, at least – will be on the steps outside the Lindo Wing as we meet the new Prince or Princess for the very first time. Be sure to stay tuned to the WWKD Baby Watch – follow our Baby Watch twitter account (@HRHBabyWatch) for up to the moment updates and check out the WWKD Royal Baby Watch page for the latest news, schedules and announcements!
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