Kate Middleton conceals baby bump in comfy tracksuit for Lawn Tennis Association visit
Kate Middleton, 35, was all smiles as she arrived at the Lawn Tennis Association at the National Tennis Centre this morning, having taken over as patron from the Queen.
The Duchess has been unable to attend a number of public appearances recently after having severe morning sickness, a condition known as hyperemesis gravidarum.
But she appears to have made a recovery, as her public appearances are becoming more frequent again.
Kate’s bump was barely visible as she covered up in a matching tracksuit.
The black tracksuit featured white stripes up the sides of the legs and qhite on the collar.
She finished off the dressed down look with a pair of grey Nike Air VaporMax Women’s trainers – £170 from JD Sports – and her hair tied back into a low ponytail.
During the visit today Kate is set to watch on-court sessions and meet with some of the UK’s top junior tennis talents.
Almost a month after announcing she was having her third child with Prince William on September 1, Kate stepped out and attended an event for mental healthy charity Heads Together.
Since then she has made two more appearances.
On October 16 she was pictured at Paddington Station with Prince William as she attended the Charities Forum Event.
The Duchess glowed in a baby pink dress which showed off her protruding bump, and she even shared a twirl with Paddington Bear.
Her outfit colour sparked rumours the royal couple were expecting a baby girl.
Just two days later, Kate and William attended the graduation ceremony of more than 150 Coach Core apprentices at West Ham United’s London Stadium, in east London.
The Duchess wore a blue wool jacket with a black turtle neck top and black skinny jeans.
Her decision to wear blue sent rumours flying again that she could be expecting a baby boy.