Kate Middleton Puts Her Growing Baby Bump on Display at a School Visit
Kate Middleton put her baby bump on display when she visited the Willows Primary School in Manchester, England, today. She wore a printed Erdem dress as she arrived and waved to a gathered crowd of young children. Kate also greeted the school's "executive dog," Henry, who presented her with flowers and treats for her pup, Lupo. She joked, "Henry, you have gone to so much trouble."
Kate is working hard through her pregnancy, having made a special royal appearance at the National Review of Queen's Scouts at Windsor Castle on Sunday. Kate Middleton showed her baby bump in a mint-green Mulberry coat as she greeted the scouts, who had earned a special honor from the queen. Another big Kate event will take place less than a month before her due date in July — she is expected to attend a Princess Cruises naming ceremony in Southampton in June. There, Kate will be named "the godmother" of Royal Princess, one of the cruise line's ships.