Kate Middleton put her growing baby bump on display when she attended a service celebration for the queen's 60th coronation anniversary in London today. Kate wore a nude Jenny Packham dress and matching coat, as well as her trusty L.K.Bennett heels, as she entered Westminster Abbey alongside Prince William and Prince Harry, who met up again after attending a bachelor party together in London on Saturday night. While the queen's actual 60th anniversary was on Sunday, the royal family decided to celebrate that day with a small private ceremony and save the public service for today. However, the 60th anniversary hasn't been without public fanfare, as England has been celebrating the queen's Diamond Jubilee since February 2012.
Following the queen's celebration, Prince Harry broke from the rest of the royals to unveil a plaque stationed outside Westminster Abbey, which commemorates William and Kate's royal wedding. Additionally, today may mark one of Kate's last public engagements before she gives birth in July, as it was recently reported that Kate Middleton will go on maternity leave on June 14. Her last solo event will take place on June 13, when she will christen a cruise ship.