Kate attended a church service with members of the royal family wearing a Beulah London coat and dress, plus a Lock and Co hat.
Kate wore a bump-hugging blue lace maternity dress with a lace semi-sheer top for the opening of the new Place2B Headquarters in central London. She paired the Seraphine Marlene dress ($272.45; seraphine.com) with black suede pumps and sapphire blue earrings.
The Duchess of Cambridge was glowing in a winter white coat from JoJo Maman Bébé during a visit to Pegasus Primary School in Oxford, England.
Kate visited the 'Victorian Giants' exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in London wearing a black floral Orla Kiely x Leith Clark dress.
Kate wore a matching blue coat and dress by Jenny Packham, which she paired with a Stuart Weitzman bag and Jimmy Choo pumps, for a visit to the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists at St. Thomas’ Hospital in London, where she was welcomed as a new patron.
The Duchess paid a visit to the construction workers at a new bridge in Sunderland, the Northern Spire.
Kate Middleton chose a floral blue dress by Erdem to co-host the Commonwealth Fashion Exchange reception during London Fashion Week.
Kate chose an emerald dress by British designer, Jenny Packham to attend the BAFTAs at Royal Albert Hall.
Kate opened the Action On Addiction Community Treatment Centre in Essex, wearing a vibrant blue coat, opaque black tights and black pumps.
William and Kate attend the Royal Palace on day 3 of their visit to Sweden and Norway. She channeled her inner Greek Goddess in a pink gown from Alexander McQueen.