The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge yesterday visited the National Portrait Gallery where they viewed the official portrait of Kate herself. Kate and William were invited to a private viewing before it went on show to the general public.
Kate was wearing a lovely burgundy chiffon dress from Whistles. She mostly held her clutch bag with both hands concealing her midriff, but some photos did allow for a clearer view of the growing baby bump (check out our pic!) Kate seemed well recovered from her recent hospitalisation due to hyperemesis gravidarum and was seen chatting and smiling, showing a glowing complexion and flush cheeks.
Kate and her husband admired the portrait for 10 minutes before going to breakfast with her family.
Kate is believed to be 12 weeks pregnant. At this stage of her pregnancy, the royal foetus is fully formed and has all its organs. The muscles, limbs and bones are in place. Even though the baby is likely to be making movements, at this stage they are still too small for Kate to be able to feel them. At 12 weeks, when the baby is fully formed inside the womb, Kate and William have the option of finding out the sex of their baby. Read more about Kate’s 12 week old foetus here.
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What do you think of these photos? Can you see the baby bump yet?