Kate Middleton's baby bump on display at scouting celebration

kate-middleton-baby-bump-scouting-review.jpg Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge has an ever-growing baby bump, which was on display at a celebration of scouting at Windsor Castle over the weekend. Kate was standing in for Queen Elizabeth II, presiding over the annual Review of Queen's Scouts, which honors the young people who have won the Queen's Scout award for community service.

One of Kate's philanthropies is to volunteer with the Scouting Association, for which she recently went on a camping excursion. For the Review, she donned a Mulberry coat, which still left her baby bump quite visible.

The Duchess has recently been expanding her philanthropies. Her original organizations included Action on Addiction, the National Portrait Gallery, The Art Room and East Anglia's Children's hospices. She has since added Place2Be, which provides school-based mental health programs; SportsAid, which supports teen athletes; and the Natural History Museum.

Kate and William are due in July, making her about six months along at this point. It's an exciting time for them.
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