Duchess of Cambrigde's 3rd Pregnancy LookBook

As the wait for Cambridge Royal Baby #3 is coming to an end, I wanted to make a recap of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge's third pregnancy looks. 
If you missed them, there's a post of the previous two pregancies HERE, go check it if you're curious to know whether the Duchess, who's famous for her re runs when it comes to outfits, wore the same looks this time as well!
October 10thFirst ever public appearance for the Duchess after the pregnancy news has been a dinner gala held in Buckingham Palace in honor of mental health workers. For the occasion she wore a baby blue lace dress by Temperley London, completed with black clutch and shoes.
October 16th - the Duchess wore an Orla Kiely pink dress with black details, which she matched with black heels. The occasion was an event supporting the royal charities forum at Paddington Station, that "Paddington 2" movie cast and crew attended as well.
October 18th - she joined Prince William and Prince Harry at the Coach Core graduation event. She wore a pale blue blazer by Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini
October, 31st - the Duchess visited the National Tennis Centre, wearing a sport outfit: Monreal London track pants and Nike Air VaporMax trainers.
November, 7th - a gala dinner has been held in Kensington Palace for the AFNCCF (Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families) charity and the Duchess showed up in a black lace dress by Diane von Furstenberg. 
November, 8th - the following day, the Duchess had a speech at Place2Be school leaders forum, on the importance of helping and supporting young children. She wore a burgundy dress by Goat, black tights and shoes by Tod's.
November, 11thannual Royal Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall. The Duchess wore a modified version of Catherine Walker black coat (turned into coat dress), matched with black Gianvito Rossi heels.
November, 12th - for the Remembrance Sunday service, the Duchess opted again for a black attire, in this case she went for a crossover Dolce & Gabbana long coat and Philip Treacy hat.
November, 14th - while visiting the Hornsey Road Children’s Centre in North London, the Duchess wore a cream shade coat by Goat, TopShop black dress with white peter pan collar underneath, Russel & Bromley black boot and Mulberry purse.
November, 22nd - The Duke and Duchess attend a day-long series of events in Birmingham. The Duchess wore a black with white details coat by GoatRussel & Bromley black boot and Mulberry purse. 
She had a quick change later that day, while paying a visit to Aston Villa Football Club, when she wore a red ski jacket by Perfect Moment over black turtleneck shirt and trousers; she also changed her boots with sneaker shoes.
November, 24th - the Duke and Duchess attended the the Royal Variety Performance, where the Duchess wowed everyone by showing up in a light blue sequinned cornflower dress by her favourite designer: Jenny Packham. She completed the look with a Jenny Packham shiny clutch and Oscar de la Renta silver pumps.

November, 28th - the Duchess paid a visit at the Founding Museum in London, wearing a patterned Kate Spade dress, with burgundy accessories. 
November, 29th - morning visit at Robin Hood Primary School, in honor of the 10th anniversary of the Royal Horticultural Society’s gardening project for schools. The Duchess wore dark green Barbour jacket, blacTemperley London high neck sweater and jeans and Penelope Chilvers boots.
December, 6th - the Duke and Duchess of Cambdridge attended the Children's Global media summit in Manchester. The Duchess wore a L.K. Bennett grey checked coat and, underneath, a red Goat dress.
December, 12th - the Duchess attended the "Magic Mums" Christmas party, showing up in a purple Seraphine coat, her black Mulberry purse and matched Tod's shoes.
December, 14th - the Duke and Duchess (along with other members of the Royal family) attented  the church service for Grenfell Tower fire victims (on June,14th 2017). The Duchess wore a blue coat by Carolina Herrera, Jimmy Choo shoes and L.K. Bennett clutch.
December, 25th - for the annual Christmas Day church service with the entire royal family, the Duchess wore a Miu Miu tartan coat, black Tod's shoes and Mulberry purse.
January, 7th - the Duke and Duchess joined HM the Queen and HRH the Duke of Edinburgh for a Sunday service at St Mary Magdalene Church. The Duchess wore Moloh's brown coat, Tod's leather pumps and Lacorine 'Sumac' borwn hat.
January, 10th - the Duchess made a solo appearance while visiting the Reach Academy Feltham with Place2Be. She wore her favourite blue Hobbs coat, Seraphine flowery dress and matched blue Jimmy Choo pumps.
January, 16th - the Cambridge couple visited Coventry, named UK City of Culture. For the occasion the Duchess wore a bright pink coat by Mulberry, black Tod's shoes and Mulberry clutch.
January, 17th - first engagement of the day, the Duchess visited the Great Ormond Street Hospital wearing a bright orange coat by Boden.
January, 17th - the Duchess payed a visit at Bond Primary School as the Patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (AELTC), to see the work of the Wimbledon Junior Tennis Initiative. For the occasione she went sporty by wearing a white Play Brave sport jacket, black Monreal London trousers and light gray Nike sneakers.
January, 23rd - the Duchess opted for her faourite color while visiting Roe Green Junior school as they were about to launch the "Mentally Healthy Schools" website. She wore the 'Gerbera' coat by Sportmax over a blue maternity dress by Seraphine. She completed the look with Rupert Sanderson suede pumps and her Stuart Weitzman clutch.
January, 24th - the Duchess braved the rain while visiting King's College, more precisely the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience. For the occasione she wore a pale blue coat and flowery dress (both by Seraphine), navy suede Jimmy Choo pumps and black quilted Jaeger clutch. 

2018 Royal Tour - Duke and Duchess of Cambirdge visit Sweden & Norway
First Royal Tour in Sweden and Norway for the Cambridge Couple. Even if it has been just a 4 days tour, the Duchess amazed with newe and more original gowns than expected.
January, 30th - for their first day in Stockholm, Sweden, the royal couple had quite a lot of engagements and so change of outfits. For her first visit to an bandy hockey match the Duchess showed up all bundled in a Burberry coat, wore over a Swedish label Fjällräven sweater, a faux fur beanie by Eugenia Kim, John Lewis gloves and Sorel boots.
Later that day, the British couple met with the Sweden Royal couple, Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel for luch and changed into a Catherine Walker dark green dress, black thights and Tod's black shoes.
Third outfit of the day appeared while the Royal couples visited the Nobel Museum. In this occasion, Catherine wore a Catherine Walker's coat, Peruvian Connection black fur hat, Mulberry bag and Stuart Weitzman suede boots. 
Last outfit of the day was an unexpected orient-inspired Erdem gold and floral dress, completed with Princess Diana's pearl earrings and bracelet, for a dinner at the Residence of the British Ambassador in Sweden.
January, 31st - For her second day in Sweden, the Duchess started with a bright outfit while visiting the Karolinska Institute: a Catherine Walker red and white houndstooth coat, Tod's shoes, Chanel bag, a white Alexander McQueen dress and Cornelia James gloves.
British Royal couple's last night in Stockholm has been celebrated with an event at the Fotografiska Gallery. The black fur-trimmed coat the Duchess wore while heading to the exhibition is by Swedish designer Ida Sjostedt. Inside she surpised everybody with a blue velvet Erdem dress and Gianvito Rossi ankle strap black shoes. 
February, 1st - first day of the Norwegian tour was full of engagements: first the Cambridge couple was greeted at the airport by Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit. The Duchess got off the plane in here beloved pale blue Catherine Walker coat and Tod's shoes.
For the reception with King Harald and Queen at the Royal Palace, Kate went for a blue lace dress by Seraphine and Tod's shoes.
In the afternoon, for a visit of the Palace gardens, she changed into her Russell & Bromley boots, Lacorine hat and Cornelia James gloves.
Last event of the day has been the official dinner at the Royal Palace and Kate wow-ed everyone in a custom Alexander McQueen baby pink gown, Oscar de la Renta pumps and Jimmy Choo clutch.
February, 2nd - last day of Royal tour brought the Royal couple to visit Hartvig Nissen School first and the Duchess showed up in a Dolce&Gabbana burgundy coat worn over a TiMo dress (Norwegian label), Tod's pumps and Cornelia James gloves.
Before going back to the UK, the couple enjoyed the view of Oslo on Holmenkollen hills and Kate sported a sky jacket by KJUSS, Barts beanie, Sorel boots and John Lewis gloves.
February, 7th - a few days of rest after the Scandinavian Tour and the Duchess is back to work. Today's engagement was the opening of the Addiction Community Treatment Centre in Wickford, Essex. The Duchess of Cambridge is Patron of the Action on Addiction charity and she arrived in her bright blue Goat coat, black Stuart Weitzman pumps and Beulah London purse.
February, 18th - It's the BAFTA!!! Everybody was wearing black in support of the Time's Up cause, but since the members of the Royal family can't openly show their political and social opinion, the Duchess opted for a dark green flowy dress from Jenny Packham. She completed the look with black Prada suede cutout pumps and emerald jewels.
February, 19th - the Duchess of Cambridge (in a Erdem black and white dress and the Prada black shoes that she wore the night before at the BAFTA) hosted with Sophie, Countess of Wessex, a reception at  Buckingham Palace, to promote Commonwealth Fashion exchanges. 
February, 21st - the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had a one-day visit to Sunderland, where they attended a bunch of engagements. The Duchess arrived in a dark green coat by Dolce & Gabbana, worn over a Seraphine dress. Emmy London carbon grey clutch and black suade Tod's pumps completed the look.
February, 26th - in her brand new role as Patron of both the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG), the Duchess payed a visit at St Thomas' Hospital in coat and dress by Jenny Packham. She accessorized the look with suede Stuart Weitzman pumps, Russell and Bromley clutch and G. Collins and Sons. earrings and necklace.
February, 28th - the Cambridge couple joined for the first time bride and groom to-be Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at the ‘Making a Difference Together’ event, that showcases the programmes run or initiated by The Royal Foundation. For the occasione, the Duchess wore a blue/lilliac Seraphine dress.
February, 28th - The same night, the Duchess had a solo visit at the exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, for the 'Victorian Giants: The Birth of Art Photography' exhibition. She wore a brand new  floral dress by Orla Kiely, matched with pale pink Jimmy Choo clutch and Gianvito Rossi suede pumps. She donned Kiki McDonough earrings.
March, 6th - the Duchess visited Pegasus Primary School in a cream white JoJo Maman Bebè coat, brown suede Emmy clutch and Russell & Bromley pumps.
March, 7th - the Duchess officially opened the new Place2Be headquarters in central London. She opted for the a blue lace dress by Seraphine (that she previously wore during her Scandinaviana Tour), her well known Mulberry clutch and Stuart Weitzman pumps. 
March, 12th - the British Royal family attended the Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey. The Duchess showed up in a Beulah London navy blue coat, Lock & Co hat, Jimmy Choo clutch and Rupert Sanderson navy blue suede pumps.
March, 17th - as an annual engagement, the Duke and Duchess attended the Irish Guards Saint Patrick's Day Parade in Cavalry Barracks, Hounslow. The Duchess wore the green Catherine Walker coat (that she previously wore during her Scandinaviana Tour). Troy London faux-fur collar and cuffs, Foster hat, Cornelia James gloves and Tod's black heel pumps completed the look.
March, 21st - for her last week of engagements before labour, the Duchess showed up at the Royal Society of Medicine in London in a light green Jenny Packham coat and dress,  completing everything with nude Gianvito Rossi heels and Loeffler Randall  clutch
March, 22nd - last public exist for the pregnant Duchess has been at the Sportsaid Event in Olympic Park. The smiling royal wore one of her long-time favourite coat by Goat on a brand new top by Hobbs. She accessorised the look with black Mulberry clutch and matched Stuart Weitzman pumps.
April, 1st - the majority of the Royal Family members gathered to attend the Easter Sunday mess at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor. Of course the Duchess of Cambridge was there as well and she arrived wearing a Catherine Walker coat, Lock & Co Hatters hat  and nude Gianvito Rossi pumps.
April, 23rd - IT'S A BOY! Royal baby #3 was born at 11 am at St Mary’s Hospital, likewise his older brother George and older sister Charlotte. Kate was radiant in a Jenny Packham red dress with white peter pan collar. 

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