Polka dots for the princess!
Pregnant Kate Middleton opened her home—yep, Kensington Palace in London—for the Place2Be Wellbeing in Schools Award on Wednesday, Nov. 19. And for this event, the Duchess of Cambridge covered her baby bump in elegant separates.
Middleton, 32, wore a semi-sheer, dotted peplum top by Hobbs to host the British organization that works to improve the emotional well-being of children.
Prince William‘s wife, four months pregnant, teamed her sweet top with a metallic blue Jenny Packham skirt, a gold-buckled belt, and ebony heels. Chandelier earrings, on full display thanks to a half-up hairstyle, and her sapphire engagement ring completed the ensemble.
As the Royal Patron of Place2Be, Middleton was on hand at the org’s first awards ceremony to meet the young finalists for the Child Champion Award. She later presented the award to a young person who has overcome his or her own struggles to help others.
And it looks like the royal is just going to keep getting busier! In two-weeks time, Middleton and Prince William are expected to make their first-ever trip to New York City, from Dec. 7 to 9. While visiting The City that Never Sleeps, Prince George‘s parents will attend events supporting causes close to their hearts, including Tusk Trust, United for Wildlife, Centrepoint, The Art Room, BAFTA, and Place2Be.
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