During Shopping Spree Duchess Kate Gave No Clues About Baby's Sex

by Rukmani Krishna on  June 10, 2013 at 10:46 PM Lifestyle News
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Kate Middleton is not letting people guess her baby sex. She gave no clues while shopping for her unborn baby.

The Duchess of Cambridge spent nearly 40 minutes in the posh Bernard Thorp store in Chelsea, whose window collection was decked out in blue, the Daily Star reported.
 During Shopping Spree Duchess Kate Gave No Clues About Baby's Sex
During Shopping Spree Duchess Kate Gave No Clues About Baby's Sex

Kate did not give any clue about her baby's sex to the royal watchers as she went about choosing soft-furnishings.

She picked out beige and brown English handmade fabrics that cost 131.76 pounds per meter, cream light brown traditional herringbone stripe for the curtains in a corridor.

For a sofa cover she got a dark beige and terracotta herringbone design.

The 31-year-old is busy decorating two places before the baby's birth.

One is the cosy cottage, where she stays with hubby Prince William in the grounds of Kensington Palace, and the other is the four storey, 20-bedroom apartment in the palace where she will move in after delivering her first baby.

Source: ANI

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