Kate Middleton reveals 13-week baby bump in little black dress
But what did Duchess of Cambridge say when asked if she's expecting a boy or a girl?
Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, has finally given us us a glimpse of her growing bump as she wore a stunning little black dress to a charity gala.
The dress, with its bow-detail belt, isn’t a maternity frock (no need for that just yet, of course); it's the Temperley London Emblem Flare dress and it would set you back £595.
And, after we had to squint for a glimpse of baby bump in that grey coat Kate wore for a state function earlier this week, it's lovely to see the tiny royal bump properly on show.
The Duchess, who is 32, is thought to be 13 weeks pregnant with her second child – Clarence House hasn't issued a precise due date yet – and, if she and Prince William know whether they're having a boy or a girl, they're certainly not telling anyone!
At the gala dinner and reception, held at L’Anima Restaurant in London on behalf of the charity Action on Addiction, a guest apparently overhead someone ask Kate if the baby is a boy or a girl.
"There was some talk of her heels and about the baby, and then I think someone asked the question, ‘What is it going to be?’. But she didn't answer," charity supporter Christopher Holder told the press.
But can you hazard a guess at whether it’s a boy or girl from her bump? If so, please let us know in the comments below!
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