Get ready for the Duchess maternity fashion takeover!
In what was her first red carpet appearance since announcing her second pregnancy, Kate Middleton looked lovely as ever in a Jenny Packham gown at the 50th Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition at the Natural History Museum in London.
The Duchess of Cambridge, who has been battling sickness during her first trimester, displayed her tiny bump in a light blue floor-sweeping gown with a draped design that hugged her growing mid-section. She paired the dress, which also featured a peekaboo skirt with a long slit design, with the L.K. Bennett "Agata" heels.
Middleton, 32, a patron of the museum, was joined by British TV naturalist Sir David Attenborough to present the awards after meeting the finalists and viewing their work. Upon her grand arrival, the mom to Prince George, 15 months, was presented with a posy by Sophie Milner, 13, daughter of Dr. Jonathan Milner, a trustee of the museum.
Middleton made another fashionable appearance earlier in the day, welcoming the President of the Republic of Singapore and his wife, Mary at London’s Royal Garden Hotel. For that occasion, Middleton wore a tartan Alexander McQueen ensemble with a light blue fascinator hat.