The Duchess of Cambridge waved at onlookers at an event at the Royal Society of Medicine in March.
The Duchess always dresses in style for the St. Patrick's Day parade.
The duchess attended Easter service with Prince William in a dark-hued dress coat.
Always chic and on trend, Kate keeps it simple in this JoJo Maman Bébé wool coat.
Middleton kicked her evening wear up a notch in a Stephanie Floral-Print Silk Crepe de Chine gown for a reception dinner at the British Ambassador's residence in Stockholm.
Contrasting blue tones add dimension to the Duchess' all blue ensemble.
With a coveted ticket to this year's BAFTAs, Middleton arrived dressed to impress in a flowing forest green empire waist gown by Jenny Packham with a long train and black sash.
Upon arriving in Sweden, the duchess visited a local school. For the visit, Middleton opted for a red houndstooth coat by Catherine Walker reminiscent of one of her late mother-in-law Princess Diana's coats.
Middleton amped up the fur in a fashionable way upon arriving in Norway. The pregnant royal sported a bold blue Catherine Walker coat paired with a coordinating fur hat.
While in Norway, Middleton quite literally took our breath away in a blush Alexander McQueen gown for a dinner at the royal palace.
Middleton may be a duchess, but she's the queen of sartorial recycling! The expectant royal broke out her baby blue coat by Seraphine for a visit to the Maurice Wohl Clinical Neuroscience Institute at King's College in London.
Middleton brought a touch of cheerful color to the Great Ormond Street Hospital in mid-January thanks to her ruffled red Boden coat.
Middleton tried her hand at Bandy hockey in Stockholm while accessorized in an adorable pom-pom hat.
For a meeting with teachers and students, Middleton reached for her blue Seraphine dress and coordinating Sportmax coat that she first wore while pregnant with Princess Charlotte.
For her first official engagement of the new year, Middleton stepped out in a chic navy double-breasted coat by Hobbs London with a flared floral print Seraphine dress underneath.
Kate keeps in swing with the season in red and green check.
For her visit to Coventry with Prince William, the mama broke out an oldie but a goodie—her hot pink Mulberry coat. The royal has sported the designer piece several times in the past, including for her final public engagement before the birth of Princess Charlotte in 2015.
While gardening with students in collaboration with the Royal Horticultural Society's campaign for school gardening, Kate kept it casual in a Barbour Ladies winter jacket layered over a turtleneck sweater by Temperley London and brown leather boots by Penelope Chilvers.
Not even a blustery day could slow Kate down from visiting the Jaguar Land Rover's Solihull Manufacturing Plant in black and white coat by GOAT and knee-high riding boots from Russell & Bromley.
Middleton wore a cream A-line coat by GOAT, which she paired with black tights, flat boots and a collared black dress from Topshop layered underneath for a visit to a Children's Center.
The expecting Duchess of Cambridge revealed her growing baby bump in a gorgeous light blue embellished dress, designed by Jenny Packham, while attending the Royal Variety Performance in London.
Kate took a classy fashion risk in a blue, burgundy and white frock designed by Kate Spade New York and pumps by Gianvito Rossi for a visit to the Foundling Museum in London.
Pictured here at a gala benefitting the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, royal watchers quickly pointed out that Kate recycled this Diane von Furstenburg lace gown from her second pregnancy with Princess Charlotte.
Middleton and her growing baby bump opted for a sophisticated shift dress by GOAT during a public speaking engagement at the Place2Be School Leaders Forum.