The Duchess of Cambridge made her first public appearance on Tuesday since August, and since announcing that she is expecting her her second child. Kate, who is due in April 2015, has been suffering with severe morning sickness.
The Duke and Duchess were on hand to greet the President and First Lady of Singapore and welcome them to the United Kingdom. President Tony Tan Keng Yam is the first Singaporean head of state to make a state trip to Britain. The Cambriges first met the Tans during their Diamond Jubilee tour to South East Asia in 2012.
Kate wore an Alexander McQueen coat, a Jane Taylor teardrop hat, Prada pumps, and carried a Jenny Packham suede cluch. It is said that the duchess wore a unidentified black dress under her McQueen coat.
No sign of a royal baby bump yet, but Kate is estimated to only be 12-14 weeks along.
The Duchess made a second appearence that evening, this time at the Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards at London's Natural History Museum.
She wore a powder blue Jenny Packham gown, LK Bennett shoes, and accessorized with a cluch by Alexander McQueen.
Kate was on hand to present the awards to the overall winners of the adults and under-18 competitions alongside Sir David Attenborough and Sir Michael Dixon. It was the 50th Annual Wildlife Photograpther of the Year competition.