Kate Middleton has reportedly entered her second trimester of pregnancy. With the royal baby due in July, the Daily Mail reported Tuesday, the Duchess of Cambridge is believed to be 13-14 weeks along. While Kate Middleton's bump is about as filled out as her royal duty calendar (it's not), the style-icon has attended plenty of events while pregnant.
If the reports are accurate, and Kate is into her second trimester, that means she most likely conceived in October -- presumably after she and Prince William returned from their September Diamond Jubilee tour of the Far East.
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Since then, the Duchess has fulfilled several high-profile royal engagements. She and Prince William made their first joint trip to their title city, Kate showed off her skills on the field hockey field at her former school (in high heel boots no less), and she helped open the new St. George's football training center. All the while, Kate was secretly pregnant and no one realized her style picks were among the Duchess' first maternity clothes. Among her choices were belted over coats, a fitted lace gown, and flowy dresses.
Most expectant mothers begin to show a baby bump between 12 and 16 weeks. While Kate's definitely not sporting one yet, it's likely just a short wait until she starts showing. Until then, check out the photos of Kate Middleton during her first trimester in the slideshow above.