The Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton was pretty in pink for her final appearance before going on maternity leave last week, as she's expected to give birth to a little brother or sister for Prince George next month.
The elegant royal dressed her baby bump in a brightly-hued Mulberry coat paired with black suede pumps as she joined William to make various visits across south London, including a trip to the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust's centre in Deptford. It's not the first time we've seen the stylish outerwear – she chose it to keep out the winter chill during a day of engagements in New York in December.
The duchess was not the only royal to opt for a pink outfit this week. Princess Victoria of Sweden sported a chic pale pink lace dress with short sleeves and a belted waist as she joined husband Prince Daniel for a four-day visit to South Korea, where they met with South Korea's Prime Minister Lee Wan-Koo at the Prime Minister's residence in Seoul.
Elsewhere in the world, Crown Prince Fredrik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark arrived in Japan on Thursday to kick off their three-day visit. Tasmania-born Mary, 43, showed off her style credentials in a pale-pink snakeskin effect coat which she paired with black trousers for the engagement.
Meanwhile in the UK, Zara Tindall joined husband Mike Tindall for a rare night out on Wednesday night. The couple glammed up to attend the English rugby team's Six Nations 2015 review dinner at Annabel's in London. Zara, 33, was the epitome of glamour in a sleek black dress, which she paired with an embellished coat to stay warm as they arrived for the glitzy party.