Getting her game on!
Three days after attending the Remembrance Sunday memorial, pregnant Kate Middleton was once again in the public eye at a SportsAid Athlete Workshop in London on Wednesday, Nov. 12.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 32, looked casually chic in the “Iris Vreeland” dress by Goat (about $700, or 450 pounds, Goatfashion.com)—a deep purple fit-and-flare frock, cinched at the waist with a belt. Middleton paired the style with black Stuart Weitzman “HalfnHalf” boots and sheer tights, helping her bundle up against Britain’s slowly frosting temps.
As a patron of SportsAid, Prince George‘s athletic mom was on hand to meet young Olympic hopefuls looking to compete in the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo. Not only did she speak with the young athletes, but she also took some of the cognitive tests available at the Southampton facility. One involved pressing on a TV screen to test her reflexes.
Middleton, now in her second trimester, was bedridden at the start of her pregnancy with hyperemesis gravidarum, or severe morning sickness. But Prince William‘s wife seems to be back in fighting form—so much so that the couple went on a quick babymoon retreat to Scotland at the end of October.
“William wanted to take Kate away for a break after her [rough past couple of months],” an insider close to the couple told Us Weekly. “They both love the outdoors and the weather isn’t too cold yet, so it’s the perfect time to take a trip.” Plus, the source added, “It’s great that George is now at an age where he can travel.”
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