The Duchess of Cambridge was the picture of spring as she stepped out in London on Wednesday (Mar. 21), looking fresh as ever in the season's hottest trend: pastels. Organized by the Royal Foundation, Kate attended an event at the Royal Society of Medicine wearing a mint-green coat and Jimmy Choo pumps. Prince William's wife is due to give birth to her third child in April and let her natural glow shine through by wearing natural eye makeup with a pink lip and some blush. Her brown locks were typically glossy and full of bounce.
The event will bring together academics, researchers, practitioners, educators and charities to explore issues such as perinatal, maternal and infant mental health, parenting support and advice, and resources for schools and educators.
The topic is close to the Duchess' heart; she has been exploring these issues on an individual basis through a number of engagements and roundtable discussions in recent months – the last being on 7 March when she opened the headquarters of the children's mental health charity Place2Be. She wore Seraphine's Marlene blue lace dress, with co-ordinating high heel shoes and a smart clutch bag.
On Saturday, Kate joined her husband the Duke of Cambridge to celebrate St Patrick's Dayat a parade of the Irish Guards in west London. The couple watched the 350 soldiers arrive at the Parade Square, where Duchess Kate then presented a shamrock to officers and warrant officers. The pregnant royal opted to wear her trusted green coat with fur collar and cuffs by one of her favourite designers Catherine Walker which she first wore in Sweden during the royal tour. Kate made sure to wrap up; accessorising with black tights, gloves and she finished the outfit with a Gina Foster green hat.