Kate Middleton stepped out for her first royal engagement of the year today while sporting a burgeoning baby bump.
The pregnant Duchess of Cambridge — who visited the Barlby Primary School in London — proved that she’s still got style even at six months pregnant…which isn’t exactly surprising given her incredible fashion sense!
Though the 33-year-old beauty is almost in her third trimester, she wore a $680 “Naomi” shift dress from its non-maternity (!!!), womenswear collection.
Kate’s look seemed to be well received as she arrived to officially open The Clore Art Room at the institution.
The Duchess of Cambridge visiting the Clore Art Room at Barlby School to support the charity.
The soon-to-be mom of two was greeted by cross-dresser and patron of the charity, Grayson Perry, 54, who said the princess was “looking pretty chic for six months,” reports ‘People,’ adding, “It was very appropriate.”
Kate Middleton speaking with cross-dresser Grayson Perry
The retro-inspired dress is now sold out (clearly!) and get this, the wool from the dress is made at Hainsworth, one of the most prestigious and oldest textile mills in the U.K.
We can’t wait to see what Kate and her baby bump will wear next!