Everything's coming up roses for Kate Middleton, especially in the skincare department!
The soon-to-be mother of two royal babies has reportedly been using Trilogy's all-natural rosehip oil (the product contains essential fatty acids and is said to reduce signs of aging and dark spots) to keep her skin fresh and supple, which is all the more necessary since Kate has given up her weekly St. Tropez spray tanning indulgence, as US Weekly was first to note. Middleton has instead been using the DHA-free Bobbi Brown Shimmer Brick to warm her complexion.
Despite the spray tan ban, the expectant duchess has been stepping out with her signature glow: On March 9, she made an appearance with Prince William, Prince Charles and other members of the royal family for an event to mark Commonwealth Day in Britain. Kate looked incredibly chic in a pale pink Alexander McQueen frock coat, satin Prada pumps and a woven fascinator by Jane Taylor Millinery.