Kate Middleton is getting seriously thrifty with her style choices towards the end of her pregnancy. She looked stunning for an appearance at a gallery on England's South Coast today in a dalmatian-print coat by Hobbs, which she first wore while pregnant with Prince George.
Now seven months into her second pregnancy, she arrived at Margate's Turner Contemporary art gallery in Kent sporting the bold black and white coat, which she first wore to the christening of the Royal Princess ship back in June 2013—over a simple black shift. She accessorised the monochrome look with her signature Stuart Weitzman pumps and a pair of Anoushka earrings, and wore her hair in a high ponytail for a chic finish.
The Duchess of Cambridge paid a visit to the art gallery to view the Self: Image and Identity exhibition as part of her role as a patron for U.K.'s National Portrait Gallery. Later in the day she will visit Resort Studios, also in Margate, to see art by a collective of local creatives.
Middleton is on a recycling roll, having also picked an outfit from her first pregnancy for her last royal appearance. She wore a baby pink Alexander McQueen coat to celebrate Commonwealth Day at Westminster Abbey in London. We wonder which look will be the next to make an appearance from her maternity arsenal...