Is this yet another hint that the Duchess of Cambridge is expecting a boy?
Wearing yet another blue-hued piece, Kate wrapped up against the cold in a dusky blue wool coat for a visit to the Emma Bridgewater factory in Stoke-on-Trent.
The visit was part of Kate’s work with East Anglia Children’s Hospices (EACH), where she had a chance to see the special Emma Bridgewater teapot and cup collection that is being sold to raise money for the charity.
According to sources, Kate herself helped design the collection, which features a ladybird and flower motif.
At seven months pregnant, Kate’s stylish streak continues as she teamed her cover-up with a £99 floral dress from maternity brand Seraphine, a label she relied on when pregnant with Prince George too.
Kate wore the dress last month in London, and it’s no surprise she’s bringing it out of her wardrobe again as the dress is made to flatter bumps, big or small.
She also wore her go-to pair of £395 Jimmy Choo navy suede pumps and sapphire drop earrings.
The East Anglia Children’s Hospices charity collection is available to pre-order today from the Emma Bridgewater website, and will go on sale on the website and in EACH charity shops in March.