Duchess Kate is the belle of the St. Patrick's Day ball in green from head to toe
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended a St. Patrick's Day parade today in Aldershot, England. As they have the past few years, the royal couple attended the parade to show their Irish pride and hand out shamrocks to the 1st Battalion Irish Guards (including one very cute Irish wolfhound named Domnhall).
Kate was decked out in green from head to toe - literally! She wore an emerald Hobbs coat (the Persephone trench, still available!) and her Gina Foster hat with green pumps. She topped the look off with moss green eyeshadow and a gold Cartier brooch that previously belonged to Queen Alexandra. Last year, Kate re-wore her Emilia Wickstead coat from 2012, though it was quite fun to see how it looked a little bit different with her small baby bump.
To those reading rumors that Kate is yet again pregnant, a few things have hopefully quieted those murmurings: 1. During this year's toast, Kate had a sip of sherry (last year she had juice!) 2. um, Kate's tiny waist and 3. William said in regards to babies, "one is enough" for the moment! So nope, no "twins" just yet. The couple happily chatted with the Battalion about their growing son (apparently he's very busy crawling and eating) and their preparations for the upcoming Australian tour.
Click through the gallery above to see some photos from today's event - a better look at Kate's coat and that cute pup!