Kate Middleton has arrived in Grimsby today rocking a gorgeous brown Hobbs coat for her latest charity visit. She might be wrapped up in layers against the cold, but we can still see how much her baby bump has grown in the last few weeks. Aww! She’s teamed her coat with a pair of black suede court shoes and her trademark bouncy blow-dry.
Fresh from her visit to Switzerland with Prince William and Prince Harry at the weekend, the Duchess Of Cambridge – who’s almost five months pregnant – is visiting the seaside town in Lincolnshire to meet teenagers who’ve been helped by the Prince’s Trust charity. Grimsby has one of the highest levels of youth unemployment in the country and the Trust runs a programme to get teens involved in local community projects.
Kate will greet the crowds before heading to the newly-launched Havelock Academy. There, she’ll be chatting to teens before visiting the Peaks Lane Fire Station. She’ll then attend the National Fishing Heritage Centre where she’ll be given a tour and ‘learn about the life of a Grimsby trawlerman’. Exciting!
She’s running almost two hours late as her helicopter was delayed due to bad fog. We’ll bring you more pictures and news from Kate’s day as it happens. Doesn’t she look gorgeous? RM