Kate Middleton is visiting Sunderland with William. The birth is approaching and the forms of the Duchess are always rounded: she is forced to take off her coat and jokes on her baby bump
Kate Middleton with her baby bump in the Sunderland shipyard
Kate Middleton and William visit Sunderland in north east England. The Duchess of Cambridge is in the seventh month of pregnancy and the baby bump has grown suddenly. If at the reception of Buckingham Palace he won everyone over with his maternity look that exalted the rounded shapes, at the inauguration of the new city art center he even jokes about his sweet wait.
Speaking with some volunteers, for the first time Kate abandons the rigid protocol. It melts into laughter and shows the belly with an eloquent gesture, as if it meant: "I'm almost exploding". Indeed Lady Middleton was forced to take off her coat, contrary to the rules of the Court. Maybe he compressed it too much and stays with Seraphine's pretty dress.
Kate seems to enjoy visiting Sunderland very much. He attends a dance show with elastics and music performed by local children and enthusiastically asks for a package of elastics to give to his daughter Charlotte. Then she gets a henna tattoo, a black flower on her hand. The creator is Shajida Begum, an 18-year-old girl, very excited to have received the compliments of the Duchess who really appreciated the kind tribute.
Last engagement of the day, the visit to the construction site of the Northern Spire Bridge, the new Sunderland bridge that will be ready in the spring. The protagonist of the tour is the dark green coat with gold buttons, signed by Dolce & Gabbana. Kate combines it with his beloved black boots by Stuart Weitzman which he has appropriately replaced with Tod's pumps. Lady Middleton and her husband are wearing helmets, protective glasses and reflective jackets and are ready for the construction site. The couple appears serene, the understanding has grown since the third baby arrived.