The Duchess of Cambridge was the essence of spring when she visited the Willows Primary School in Manchester, England, on Wednesday, showing off her growing— but tiny! —baby bump in a navy and raspberry print Erdem shift dress.
The sweet silhouette, which featured three-quarter sleeves and a square neckline, looked absolutely stunning on the mom-to-be. Due to the warm temperatures, the 31-year-old finally ditched her coat, giving royal watchers an eyeful of her pregnant figure. As usual, she teamed her ensemble with a pair of navy pumps and minimal jewelry.
The bubbly brunette was all smiles as she launched a charitable project designed to help children and their families in the under-privileged community combat chemical addiction. The new initiative will be supported by two of her charities, Place2Be and Action on Addiction, in partnership with Comic Relief and the Royal Foundation.
Kate wasn't the only Middleton doing good for children that day. Her sister Pippa, 29, was busy attending the opening of a new boarding center at the Mary Hare School for deaf children in Berkshire, where she is an ambassador.
Way to go Middleton sisters!
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