Kate Middleton Gets Ready For Queen’s 60th Coronation Service

Kate Middleton will be getting ready to show off that glamorous baby bump of hers tomorrow at a special service to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Queen’s coronation.

The Duchess of Cambridge will arrive at Westminster Abbey for the 11am event alongside husband Prince William, brother-in-law Harry, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall. 

Last seen at the Queen’s annual garden party at Buckingham Palace dressed in a gorgeous yellow Emilia Wickstead coat , Kate has been scaling back her royal engagements ahead of her July 13th due date. But with Kate and Wills expected to miss the Queen’s Coronation Festival running from July 11 to July 14, the pair clearly felt an exception could be made for tomorrow’s landmark occasion. 

The expectant parents will also be joined by David Cameron, who will be giving a reading, and the rest of the royal family, including Princess Beatrice and Eugenie. The special service will house 2000 guests and is being held just a few days shy of Queen Elizabeth’s June 2 coronation back in 1953.

Kate, who is eight months pregnant, has been given leave to skip the Deane of Westminster’s private celebratory lunch that afternoon, with her final official appearance expected to be at the naming of a Princess Cruise Ship on June 13 in Southampton.

 

With The Duchess’s public outings getting fewer and far between, we’re definitely going to make the most of ogling Kate’s amazing maternity wear while we still can!

By Robyn Munson

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