Pregnant Kate Middleton Is Fifty Shades of Pink for Commonwealth Day Service

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Kate Middleton takes part in a mural painting ceremony.

Kate Middleton really is the one true queen princess of recycling.

On Monday, the pregnant Duchess stepped out with her husband, Prince William, for a Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey. Middleton, who is expecting her second child, looked positively glowing in a pale pink Alexander McQueen coat, complete with giant pearl buttons.

 

Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, were also in attendance.

If Middleton’s coat looks familiar, that’s because the Duchess also wore the McQueen number when she was pregnant with Prince George in 2013 for the Trooping the Colour ceremony.

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In other Duchess news, Buckingham Palace announced last week that the pregnant royal is scheduled to visit the set of Downton Abbey this Thursday (Mar. 12). Middleton is expected to watch the actors and crew film a scene “downstairs” — where the servants work — and have an official photo taken with the Downton family.

Launch the gallery, above, for more photos of a pregnant Kate Middleton at Monday’s Commonwealth service.