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Kate Middleton's Fashion Statement At St. Patty's Parade


Kate Middleton stepped out in style on Saturday during her annual visit to the Irish Guards' St. Patrick's Day Parade in London. She wore a green, full-length Catherine Walker coat that beautifully showcased her baby bump. Her dashing accessories included a hat by Gina Foster and an eye-catching Cartier shamrock pin. She and William, a Colonel of the Irish Guards, also enjoyed a drink during the festivities. Guinness for William and a non-alcoholic drink for Kate. She's set to give birth to the couple's third child in April.

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