April Updates!

Kate Spotted Shopping at Seraphine

Photo courtesy of Royal Baby Watch @HRHBabyWatch
 

On April 3, 2015 Kate was spotted shopping at Seraphine in London.

Seraphine
 
Seraphine
 
Stuart Weitzman
 


She wore her Seraphine Marina coat and her Stuart Weitzman black, thick black tights, and her suede Zipkin boots.

Kate Stuck in Traffic

Photo shared courtesy of @livelovelaughvr on Twitter
 
Photo shared courtesy of @livelovelaughvr on Twitter
 

Last week two photos were snapped of Kate and Pippa stuck in traffic. If you look closely, you may even see Prince George in the back seat.

Kate and George Have a Fun Day Out at Snettisham Park

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Last week, Kate and Prince George visited Snettisham Park, which is a working farm and petting zoo in Norfolk.

New Idea Magazine/scanned by @British_Heir on Twitter
 

The farm is just a short drive from the Duke and Duchesses new Anmer Hall home.

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Kate dressed for the weather in a thick brown, quilted jacket (currently UFO…Barbour has confirmed that it is not theirs), skinny maternity jeans , and her Le Chameau Vierzonord Wellington Boots (£145).
 
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For those curious about what Prince George is wearing, he is sporting the ‘Infant Snuggly Bunny Bunting’ in ‘Collegiate Navy’ by Columbia (on sale at amazon.com for $45.49).
 
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Thanks to HRH George Pieces on FB, we have an ID on Prince George’s hat and boots!
 
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His hat is the Unisex Baby cable knit hat in navy by JoJo Maman Bebe ($24) and his boots are the Unisex Flac in navy/white ($59) by Aigle.
 
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 Additional Details Coming Out About the Arrival of Baby Cambridge #2
 
***Since Prince George was born at the Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s Hospital, this time the Duchess will be given 10% off the pricey fees as part of a loyalty discount to mothers who go back to have a second child.
 
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 ***Prices have increased since George was delivered. A suite of two rooms now costs £6,570 for a one-night stay with normal delivery – £5,913 with Kate’s 10% off – plus consultant fees of around £6,000. Prices will, again, go up again in July.
 
***Last time Kate gave birth 10 and a half hours after being admitted to hospital, but this royal baby is likely to make an appearance even earlier.
 
***It has been 182 years since another Princess of Cambridge was born. The last was King George III’s granddaughter Princess Mary Adelaide of Cambridge who was born in Hanover, Germany in 1833.
 
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Parking Restrictions Put in Place outside Lindo Wing
 
Today, parking restrictions were officially put in place outside the Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s Hospital. This is in preparation for the birth of Baby Cambridge #2 as the world media descend on the west London hospital.
 
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Later this week, positions for photographers, reporters and camera crews will be marked out.
 
Additional parking restrictions beginning tomorrow
 
@BBCPeterHunt on Twitter
 
Baby Watch is officially in effect!!! Parking signs have gone up outside the Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s Hospital. They go into effect tomorrow April 15 and run through April 30th. Does this mean Kate is due sooner than we think?
 
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The Yellow signs cite ‘Special Event’ as the reason for the parking restrictions.
 
We have an ID!
 
New Idea Magazine/scanned by Kate’s Closet on FB
 
The blue and white plaid shirt that Kate wore under her brown quilted jacket at Snettisham Park has been ID’ed! Thanks to @livelovelaughvr on Twitter.
 
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It is the ‘George’ Plaid Maternity Shirt by Topshop and is currently sold out!
 
Nordstrom
 
Nordstrom
 
Additional Details
 
‘A work wear-inspired plaid shirt cut with an extra-roomy silhouette
Button-flap chest pocket
100% cotton’



Kate Watches Wills Play Polo for Charity

After beginning her day with inner city children, Kate ended it with her husband, her beloved dog and her one year old cousin at a charity polo event.

The match, played at the Beaufort Polo Club in Gloucestershire was in aid of three charities William and Harry support, Well Child, Child Bereavement and Tusk.

The Duchess was still dressed in the casual outfit she had worn earlier in the day but switched her London Trading Company ‘Really Wild’ green leather waistcoat for a brown suede jacket.

Here is a quick run-down of what kate wore today:

Photo credit: My Small Obsessions on FB

1) Skin-tight “Molecule’ blue Zara jeans ($79.90)

2) Khaki Military Pocket Jersey Burberry shirt (seen on the Canada Tour – £295)

3) Brown Suede Jacket – still to be ID’d.

4) Khaki Zara ‘Basic’ sweater ($16.90)

5) Le Chameau ‘Vierzonord‘ wellies (£160)

6) Kiki McDonough ‘Grace’ earrings

Kate Joins a Children’s ARK Camping Trip

Kate looked comfortable as she spent the morning with children from inner-city backgrounds. They were building tents and making campfires, developing their confidence and teamwork skills during a weekend visit to the countryside.

For many of the kids, aged between and eight and nine years old, it was the first time they had even seen the countryside or been away from home.

The children came from ARK’s King Solomon Academy Primary School which is based in North Westminster, London.

Kate wore skin-tight “Molecule’ blue Zara jeans ($79.90), her khaki Military Pocket Jersey Burberry shirt (seen on the Canada Tour – £295), a khaki Zara ‘basic’ sweater – thanks to WKW for the ID ($16.90), a waterproof The London Trading Company ‘Really Wild’ green leather waistcoat ($870) and her green Le Chameau wellies (£300).

Photo credit: WKW
She sported heavy make up and her hair had been curled, held back from her face by a black plastic clip. Finishing off her look, Kate wore her Kiki McDonough ‘Grace’ earrings.

Kate Watches Wills Playing Soccer

On Christmas Eve, Kate joined Prince Harry and Prince Charles to watch Wills play a game of soccer (known as football in the UK).

Kate looked fab bundled up in a chocolate brown L.K. Bennett ‘Darwin’ sheepskin jacket, cream-colored Temperly London ‘Honeycomb tunic’, blue jeans, a pair of green Wellies (Harry had matching ones!) and a brown, wide-brimmed hat.

The expresso ‘Darwin’ Jacket (£695) is part of L.K.Bennett Signature Collection. It has a full collar and cuffs with exposed shearling and a nipped waist. Fabric: 100% Toscana sheepskin. As of this writing it is sold out.

The Temperley London ‘Honeycomb’ Tunic is a lambswool roll neck sweater with an elongated honeycomb knit cuff. It retails for $480 and is currently sold out. www.temperleylondon.com/

Kate’s boots are Le Chameau Vierzonord Wellington Boots (£145). www.le-chameau-clothing.co.uk

The description from The Le Chameau website is as follows:

•Adjustable calf for closer fitting.
•Lined throughout with 2mm Neoprene.
•Le Chameau’s famous Dual-Density sole.
•LADIES narrower & shaped fitting.
Kate wore a similar cowboy-inspired hat back in 2005 (picture above) to Gatcombe Park

Update 12/31/2011

Photo credit: WKW
Thanks to Melissa, Kate’s jeans have been ID’d. They are Twenty8Twelve by S Miller (Savannah Jeans) – Dark Blue (£129.95).
Details about Kate’s jeans:
“Distressed dark-blue straight leg jeans from Twenty8Twelve by S.Miller. The dark-blue stretch denim has a low-rise waist with a higher cut at back and features a classic five-pocket styling with welt patch pockets at back, belt loops, gold hardware, yellow stitching, a designer-stamped button and concealed zip fastening at waist. Made in a lightweight, soft and comfortable cotton stretch quality with a faded wash and slight distressing at pockets and cuffs.”