Are Kate Middleton's Style Choices Hinting at the Gender of the Next Royal Baby?
The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out on Commonwealth Day beside her husband Prince William (and royal-couple-to-be Prince Harry and Meghan Markle) wearing a sharp navy blue ensemble. While her unfailingly elegant and reserved sense of style is the stuff of constant internet chatter, lately we've been wondering if she's trying to send us a message with her fashion choices.
Witness the outfit she wore to today's Commonwealth Day celebration:
Duchess Kate in Beulah London dress and coat and a Lock and Co hat at the Commonwealth Day Celebration.
The lacy dress she wore last week:
In Seraphine's Marlene maternity cocktail dress
The vibrant blue number she wore to the Royal Foundation forum the week before that:
In a button-detailed blue dress by Seraphine
And the bright blue coat she wore for her touchdown in Oslo, Norway at the beginning of last month:
A Catherine Walker coat over a Seraphine dress
Have you figured it out yet? Kate has been wearing a lot of
The crackerjack theory that Kate has been sending us thinly-veiled "I am having a boy child" signals originated with the
Of course, the Duchess has also worn other colors, like this vibrant pink early in February.
In a baffling hot pink coat by Burberry
What on earth could she mean by that?
This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
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