Kate Middleton Goes All-Green and Elegant for St. Patrick's Day

Kate Middleton Goes All-Green and Elegant for St. Patrick's Day

Kate Middleton chose to grace us all with another baby bump appearance on St. Patrick's Day - and the Duchess of Cambridge looked unbelievable in an emerald green outfit.

Kate sipped a sparkling water while the Duke of Cambridge clutched a pint of Guinness in a nod to St Patrick. The 36-year-old recycled her Catherine Walker coat that she wore to the same event last year - which still fit her perfectly despite she is now about eight months pregnant with her third child.

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"Both Kate [Middleton] and Camilla [Duchess of Cornwall] have been doing what they can to make sure Meghan knows she's loved and supported as she navigates her life as a future royal", the source said, explaining that becoming a royal member can be isolating.

Adorable Irish wolfhound Domhnall, who the royals have met before, led the procession in his role as mascot.

William took the salute as the regiment continued a march-past and three thunderous cheers were then declared to the royals.

Before the parade Domhnall's handler, drummer Aidan Cathcart, anxious that despite a week of test runs his charge would misbehave. Kate looked pretty and poised even though she is only one month away from her April 2018 due date, and her doting husband Prince William was right by her side as they attended the parade of the Irish Guards in London on Saturday, March 17.

The Irish Guards were prepared Siberian chills, having recently conducted the Changing of the Guard in the heavy snow during Storm Emma.

Asked if he was confident Domhnall would perform as planned, he replied, bluntly: "No".

It is the fifth time he has received the shamrock and the second time he has been handled by Drummer Cathcart.

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