Pregnant Kate glows as she returns to Westminster Abbey
Posted: 5 June 2013 1:59 am Edited by: Jordon-Lee
The Duchess of Cambridge looked stunning today as she arrived at Westminster Abbey.
Will and Kate attended today’s Coronation service
To mark the 60th anniversary Queen’s Coronation a service took place at the Abbey. This was the first time Prince William and wife Kate had been to Westminster Abbey since their lavish wedding ceremony in April 2011.
The couple waved to the crowds as they entered the Abbey, surely bringing back fond memories for Kate who arrived at the same place in 2011 to cheering crowds before later leaving the Abbey a ‘Duchess’ and as a member of the British Royal Family.
Two years later, the event marked another special occasion as the two are awaiting the birth of their first child, due in mid-July.
The Duchess looked perfect in peach as she arrived, wearing a bespoke Jenny Packham dress and coat for the occasion.
The pretty dress was described as a “delicate daisy lace dress with silver grey ribbon detail” while Kate’s coat was described as soft peach silk shantung.
The Duchess of Cambridge accessorised the beautiful outfit with a pale peach pillbox hat by Jane Taylor, the same hat the mum-to-be chose for the Jubilee service at St Paul’s last year.
Prince Harry joined The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
Kate, who is expecting her first child in July, complimented her look with a sparkling pair of earrings, which father-in-law Prince Charles reportedly gave the Duchess as a wedding gift.
The expectant mum also chose her favourite LK Bennet nude heels and matching clutch by Alexander McQueen, the same designer who created Kate’s stunning wedding gown.
Kate was attending the service with the rest of the family including Prince Charles, Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Harry, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie and Prince Edward who attended with his wife, Sophie Countess of Wessex.
Kate recycled her Jubilee hat
It was the first time both Prince William and The Duchess of Cambridge had made a visit to the Abbey since their wedding took place two years ago. The wedding was watched by a reported audience of two billion around the world.
Parents-to-be William and Kate are preparing for the birth of their first child, expected to be born around mid-July. Kate has been seen out stocking up on baby goodies. Last month, Kate, along with her mother Carole, was spotted in an exclusive London baby boutique leaving with a moses basket.