Pregnant Kate Middleton gave us all a lesson in stylish maternity dressing as she stepped out in a stunning pastel-green flecked Mulberry coat on her latest official outing.
The Duchess of Cambridge turned heads as she attended the National Review of the Queen's Scouts at Windsor Castle yesterday, in the Mulberry coat, cappuccino-coloured pillbox hat and nude heels.
Giving well-wishers a glimpse of her growing baby bump, Kate wowed in the pastel-green creation by the British fashion house, which boasted gold flower buttons and oversized pockets.
The coat, which is from Mulberry's spring/summer 2013 collection, also featured flattering 3/4-length sleeves and a rounded-edge collar.
Naturally, Mulberry's Frayed Coat in Mint Cotton Tweed - which retails for around £1,750 - is now sold out, thanks to the usual 'Kate effect.'
The Duchess teamed her look with a pillbox-hat with a twist applique - an accessory we've seen on her before - with her brunette locks hanging in loose waves down her back.
The 31-year-old, who is expecting her first baby in July, added her trademark LK Bennett nude patent courts and a matching slim clutch to complete her look.
Kate's latest outing once again shows the Duchess' ability to mix designer with high street labels - and further proves she's all for reworking items in her wardrobe.
She's been an avid fan of Mulberry for some time now too, stepping out in a number of outfits from the acclaimed British fashion house.
The Duchess turned heads in an emerald green dress from Mulberry last December, which was later named as the hue of 2013 by colour experts Pantone.
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