Kate Middleton & Prince William: Royal Parents-To-Be

Royal Family Attends Trooping The Colour Ceremony

She’s got that glow.

Royal mum-to-be Kate Middleton looked simply radiant in a pale pink Alexander McQueen coat and Jane Corbett hat at the queen’s birthday parade alongside husband Prince William, brother-in-law Prince Harry and other royal family members.

Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her birthday with the Trooping The Colour parade  in London, England on Saturday (June 15).

The expectant parents – along with Prince Harry, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie – were photographed on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to watch the parade.

This will be the Duchess of Cambridge’s last public engagement before her baby is due to be born next month.

Over 1,000 soldiers, horses and musicians participated in the annual parade.

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  1. Anonymous

    She looks really beautiful. Pregnancy suits her.

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  2. Alyson

    So excited for them. Can’t wait to see what it is. Is she due this month? Can’t remember :)

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  3. Annie

    she’s tiny! can’t believe she’s 8 months along..

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  4. They looked for love wholeheartedly and when they found it in each other’s heart, they didn’t just keep it, but decided to embark together on a journey for eternity. Since eternity is such a long time and at times such a journey could be boring, they decided to start a family in order to get their own angels to cheer them up. This is just the beginning, many more are still on the way!

    Congratulations!

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  5. Poppy

    For God’s sake, she’s Duchess of Cambridge, not Kate Middleton anymore!

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