Here's hoping Jenny Packham's got a really good baby present in store for Kate Middleton.
For her grandmother-in-law HRH The Queen's 60th Anniversary Coronation service today at Westminster Abbey (her first time there since her understated wedding two years ago), the eight-months-pregnant Duchess of Cambridge donned a new (gasp!) bespoke Jenny Packham getup, including a silvery lace dress with an empire waist beneath a silk peach jacket. This marks the 37,000th time Middleton has worn the designer for a public event.
According the Grazia, K-Middy paired her Packham with a Jane Taylor fascinator she had lying around from The Queen's Jubilee service this time last year, and finished the look with her never-fail nude LK Bennet pumps.
But as pretty as Kate's outfit may be, we're more entranced by her 'do: It's like a basket woven version of her usual half-up-half-down, and it looks so soft and shiny. Ready, set, GO, YouTube hair tutorial people!