The early days of pregnancy may have been tricky for Kate Middleton, but she is now looking like she’s bursting with health as she stood in for the Queen at Windsor Castle for the National Review of the Queen’s Scouts.
Wearing a mint green designer coat, complete with floral-shaped gold buttons, the six-month pregnant Duchess of Cambridge was looking obviously pregnant for the first time – her baby is due in July. Kate teamed her outfit , with her favourite LK Bennett nude heels, a fascinator and on-trend clutch.
A volunteer with the Scout Association, Kate was met by Chief Scout, Bear Grylls, before she handed out medals to scouts who had been awarded for bravery and heroism in their everyday lives.
Bear Grylls said: ‘The Duchess is an incredible role model and she helps us show that Scouting’s not just for the boys.’
The Scout Association said the Duchess, who volunteers with a Cub Scout group close to her home in north Wales, had helped increase the number of adult volunteers to 2,812 this year, the biggest rise sine 1986.
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