Kate Middleton Shows Off Royal Baby Bump In Mulberry At Scouts Ceremony

The Duchess of Cambridge looked positively glowing on Sunday as she attended an event at Windsor Castle in Berkshire, England.

The royal mother-to-be was on hand for the National Review of the Queen’s Scouts, where she met with some 400 members of the Queens Scouts from around the UK and the Commonwealth.

The Duchess of Cambridge, who is also a volunteer in the Scout Association, showed off her growing baby bump in a frayed mint green Mulberry tweed coat, LK Bennett Sledge pumps and a cappuccino fascinator by Whiteley, as reported by What Kate Wore.

Did you know: Kate wore her Whiteley fascinator first at Epsom Downs in June 2011, and again at the Order of the Thistle ceremony in Scotland this past July.

According to The Daily Mail’s Rebecca English, the 31-year-old Duchess attended the event in place of Queen Elizabeth, who turns 87 on Sunday. The Queen’s most recent ceremony appearances were in 2012 and 2007.

“It’s great that so many adults are joining the Scouts, and I am sure the increase has had much to do with the Duchess of Cambridge becoming a Scout volunteer last year,” Chief Scout Bear Grylls said at the event. [via The Daily Mail]

“The Duchess is an incredible role model and she helps us show that Scouting’s not just for boys.”

The Duchess and her husband, Prince William, are expecting their first child this July.

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