Royal fans spot Kate Middleton’s hidden message struggling to women in stunning outfit


Kate Middleton visited the Royal College of Midwives and Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists recently – and the beautiful outfit she wore that day may have been sending a subtle but powerful message

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Kate Middleton and Princess Anne attend first joint engagement

The Duchess of Cambridge often uses her enviable wardrobe to send subtle messages and touching nods to others.

And royal fans believe she may have used one of her most recent outfits to send a powerful signal of support to other women.

Last week, Kate joined Princess Anne for a rare joint engagement at the Royal College of Midwives and the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.

For the event, Kate opted to wear an oatmeal-coloured dress from the brand Self Portrait that featured two very distinct symbols on the jacket.

If you look closely, the symbols resemble pineapples – a fruit that has become a symbol of hope for those struggling with infertility.

Kate during a visit to the Royal College of Midwives and Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists



According to the New York Times, the fruit often appears in social media profiles of women in online infertility communities.

The publication explains: “They are most widely known as a symbol of hospitality and welcoming. But on social media, pineapples are inextricably tied to infertility. On Instagram, the hashtag #PineappleTribe aims to connect women going through IVF.”

And given Kate and Anne discussed maternity service and support for those experiencing high-risk pregnancies, royal fans believe the pineapple symbol was no coincidence.

The pineapple design can be seen on the sides of Kate’s dress



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One royal fan said: “Catherine always does her research & goes the extra mile.”

While another added: “She does her homework.”

Just yesterday, Kate stunned in another eye-catching outfit when she presented The Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design at an event hosted by the British Fashion Council

Kate’s dress was from the brand Self Portrait



Kate waved as she arrived at the engagement



Wearing a £785 shimmering green dress by London-based, Canadian-born designer Edeline Lee with gold earrings and her hair poker-straight, Kate towered over many of the models as she met Vogue’s powerful European Editorial Director Edward Enninful, as well as up and coming fashion industry stars.

Now in its fifth year, the Queen Elizabeth II Award for British design provided recognition of the cultural and trade role the British design and fashion industry has played throughout Her Majesty’s reign.

Kate announcing the winner of the Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design


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This year’s award went to up and coming designer Saul Nash – one of a new generation of young designers who are inclusive, sustainable and take inspiration from new sources.

She said: “It is an absolute honor to be here today. I’ve heard so many inspiring stories about Britain’s creativity and seeing such incredible work from many talented designers, well done and congratulations.”

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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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