Kate Middleton Makes Final Public Appearance Before Royal Birth

Pregnant Kate Middleton
Wears Catherine Walker Coat to St. Patrick's Day Parade.

This will be the last time that you’re going to see Kate Middleton for a while, so take it all in while you can.

The Duchess of Cambridge is wrapping her royal duties before her second baby arrives next month. The 33-year-old old royal made her final appearance today at the Stephen Lawrence Centre in London today, with her husband of four years Prince William.

It was their visit to the Stephen Lawrence Centre, set up in memory of the 18-year-old who was murdered in a 1993 racially motivated attack which became drew massive public attention in the UK, that caught the royal couple’s eye initially.


During their visit the royal couple were meeting staff and volunteers in the reception before touring the Harris Academy law workshop in the center’s lecture room and then being shown a display of some of Stephen Lawrence’s architectural work.

Kate will now be taking maternity leave as she prepares for the arrival of her second child late next month, although she is expected to make an exception after the birth for a photo outside the hospital, similar to what was arranged for the birth of Prince George.

Middleton looks very pretty during her appearance with the Prince, wearing a fuchsia coat by Mulberry.

The Mulberry website states: “A double-breasted coat is a timeless winter style with a reassuringly classic silhouette. Updated in vibrant Cerise, this version has beautiful finishing details including elegant horn buttons and contrasting Midnight Blue lining.”

Kate has spent the last number of weeks spending quality time with Prince George and preparing for the new arrival, even reportedly asking her parents Carole and Michael Middleton to move into their Norfolk home to help with the baby.