Kate Middleton has proved just how much she loves the British high street by stepping out in a Topshop dress for her visit to the Child Bereavement Centre offices in Saunderton yesterday.
The pregnant Duchess Of Cambridge showed off her blossoming baby bump in a cream wool coat by Goat, with black suede gloves, black tights and her trusty black suede court shoes. Underneath, she wore a black Topshop shift dress with a white Peter Pan collar, which she teamed with pearl drop earrings.
Kate’s five-and-a-half-month baby bump was clearly visible under the high street dress and she was more than happy to discuss her pregnancy with well-wishers.
The royal was given teddy bears by members of the crowd, while Prince William was over the moon when he was printed with a bouquet of flowers. He told the woman: “I never get flowers any more, I just get cold hands!”
Inside, the couple met our favourite cook, Mary Berry, who lost her own son in a tragic car accident in 1989 when he was just 19. William told her: “My wife is a big fan of yours – and my tummy is a bigger fan!” He also admitted that his favourite cakes are chocolate brownies and confessed: “I think I need some lessons.”
He added: “You’ve been very busy racing around the country feeding the population.” While Kate said: “I’m a big fan of your cook books and your cakes.” Don’t we all!
Mary is a long-time patron of the charity, which helps families who have lost or are facing the loss of a child.
It will have been a very emotional visit for Kate, whose first baby is due in July. But she held it together like a true pro, supporting her hubby Wills as he discussed the death of his own mum, Princess Diana, when he was only 15.
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The centre, and the locals, seemed so touched by the royal couple’s kind comments and wishes. There’s nothing like a visit from Kate and Wills to put a smile on people’s faces… RM