Even though pregnant Kate Middleton is cutting back on her royal engagements due to the fact that her due date is in July 13, the Duchess of Cambridge canât miss the Queenâs coronation service.
Kate, 31, who is 8 months pregnant by now, is preparing to attend the special service at the Westminster Abbey on Tuesday, June 4, to mark the 60th anniversary of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. The Queenâs coronation took place at June 2, 1953.
Kateâs husband Prince William and her in-laws Prince Charles, Prince Harry and the Duchess of Cornwall will also attend the ceremony.
Kate and Prince William will take seats by the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall at the ceremony and they will be accompanied by the rest of the royal clan, including Prince Eugenie and Beatrice.
The royals will be joined by 2000 guests for the conducted service for the Dean of Westminster, but Kate has been excused to skip the remainder of the celebrations.