Kate Middleton has given her pregnancy wardrobe a high street style injection with a little help from Topshop, according to reports.
The Duchess of Cambridge was reportedly spied browsing the rails of Topshop maternity, during a recent London shopping spree.
Kate Middleton has kept a relatively low-profile since announcing her pregnancy late last year, but that hasn't deterred speculation over which designers she's chosen to dress her blossoming figure.
At a recent official outing last month, Prince William's wife stepped out in a flattering MaxMara wrap dress in a tweed-like print, which she teamed with her trademark black courts.
With her hair in typical, volumised loose curls, Kate showed off that enviable pregnancy glow as she arrived at Hope House in London.
The Duchess, who regularly mixes high street with designer labels, has kept to a similar style throughout her pregnancy too - being spotted earlier this year browsing maternity jeans in Gap.
However, while she is happy to shop on the high street, Sarah Burton recently revealed wants to design maternity wear for the duchess.
When asked if she would be making any maternity clothes for Catherine, the acclaimed designer - who created the wedding dress for the duchess' nuptials to William in April 2011 - said: "I hope I will be."
However, it is good Catherine has a back-up wardrobe as Sarah is due to give birth to twins any day now so might not find the time.