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Kate Middleton stuns in $1200 blue blazer

Kate Middleton stuns in $1200 blue blazer

The 35-year-old royal - who is three months pregnant with her third child - returned to her duties this week following two months off due to severe morning sickness, and chose to join her husband Prince William and his brother Prince Harry at the ground for the graduation ceremony of more than 150 sports coaching apprentices.

She was an unannounced addition to the event alongside the royal brothers as they saluted 150 apprentices who've graduated from the royals' own mentoring programme.

Kate wore a $1,200 blazer by Philosphy Di Lorenzo Serafini.

After almost a month of staying out of the public eye while she battled hyperemesis gravidarum during her third pregnancy, the Duchess of Cambridge stepped out for her second surprise appearance today in London.

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Kate has been suffering from severe morning sickness. She was not giving much away though, with the double breasted blazer, with gold button detail, sitting loosely over her belly, over top of a black polo neck top, and her black fitted trousers making her look as trim as usual.

Apprentices from all over the United Kingdom were honoured at West Ham's football stadium - the former Olympic stadium in London.

At a reception at the stadium, they met some of the key figures who have helped to run the program as well as hearing about future plans for Coach Core.

There is also a chance that the birth of the baby will coincide with the Royal couple's anniversary on April 29 if the newest prince or princess arrives later in April. "We know that our model at hand, which is to build a program on local partnerships to train coaches and put them back in the community works", he said, expressing their "incredible pride" to the young graduates.


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