In what will be her last set of engagements before welcoming Prince or Princess Alexandra/Charlotte/Alice/Philip/Spencer/Edward, the Duchess of Cambridge made sure that her greatest asset was on point.
And on point, it was. I don’t know if it’s the work of Amanda Cook Tucker, Richard Ward, Rossano Ferretti or a group of angels, but those curls were full of life. There was bounce, there was shine, there was volume. It. All. Worked.
Catherine recycled her bright pink Mulberry coat, first worn to the National September 11th Memorial in December. Her Royal Highness and Prince William visited the Stephen Lawrence Centre, named after Stephen Lawrence, an aspiring architect who was murdered in 1993 while waiting for a bus. Lawrence was 18-years-old.
The royal couple also visited XLP in Gipsy Hill, a charity working to create positive futures for young people from inner London boroughs to watch an Arts Showcase presentation by young performers who have been through XLP’s Arts Programme, according to Kensington Palace.
Their day was rounded out with a visit to XLP community bus and the XLP mobile recording studio on the Hazel Grove Estate, Sydenham.
William couldn’t hide his excitement about the impending birth. “The first time is a learning experience, the second time is a game-changer,” he told one fan, according to the Daily Mirror.
And now, Catherine is on maternity leave, expecting her second child to arrive mid-to-end of April, she told well-wishers at a previous engagement.