Kate Middleton attended the Queen's Coronation service this morning, glowing and elegant as ever.
The heavily pregnant star arrived at Westminster Abbey with Prince William for the event, which celebrated the 60th anniversary of the Queen's coronation.
Now around eight months gone, Kate looked a picture of class in a modest peach coloured Jenny Packham dress and dress-coat ensemble.
Showing off her modest, yet ever-present bump, the 31-year-old was all smiles as she walked into the church with her husband.
Today marked the first time the royal couple had attended any sort of event at the Abbey since their wedding just over two years ago.
The Duchess looked relaxed as she chatted to dignitaries before joining other members of the family, including Prince Charles and Camilla the Duchess of Cornwall.
Other Royals in attendance were Prince Harry, the Duke of York, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, the Earl and Countess of Wessex, Lady Louise Windsor, the Princess Royal and Zara Phillips and her husband Mike Tindall.
Prince Philip was also there to accompany the Queen, despite withdrawing from a public event last night after becoming "unwell".
This is set to be Kate's penultimate public engagement before she gives birth.
Her final appearance is thought to be at a ship naming ceremony in Southampton in July.
With her baby due in the same month, there's no doubt she'll take some time to rest before it arrives.
The specific date of the future royal's arrival has been undisclosed.
But there are strong rumours that the tot will arrive on 13th July.
The Duchess and Wills, 30, apparently let the date slip at a private barbeque last month.
The baby's birth is due to be announced on the palace website before the traditional method of attaching a note to the Buckingham Palace gates is adhered to.