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The Cambridges arrival was photographed by a surprised couple watching light aircraft taking off and landing at Denham in South Buckinghamshire who shared their reaction in the Daily Mail story:
'We had no idea it was the royal couple at the time. We had a look at the photos on our laptops a few days later and realised that it was in fact Prince William and Kate.
It's amazing to think that we saw the royal couple without any crowds around them. They were like any other couple out with their dog - albeit having just been flown in by helicopter. Lupo was very behaved. Kate let him down on the grass and he stayed close, although you could see he was excited'.
The orange McDonnell Douglas helicopter carrying William and Kate belongs to a friend of the couple's, Timothy Oliphant-Hope who is managing director of Shoreham based Eastern Atlantic Helicopters. Mr Oliphant-Hope was behind the controls and said he occasionally gives the couple a lift "when he is routing past North Wales, if it is convenient for all parties".
|Eastern Atlantic Helicopters|
Kate was casually dressed in her grey wool Zara tweed jacket. The military wool garment features gold buttons and is thought to be from the brands 2011 collection. The Duchess was photographed wearing in last month during a shopping trip to Design Centre Chelsea Harbour. Kate wore a loose fitting black top underneath.
The very talented Ashley Marie (@livelovelaughvr) from WKW FB identified Kate's jeans as the Topshop 'Leigh' Maternity Jeans. The medium-rinse skinnies are crafted with a tonal band to accommodate a growing bump for supportive comfort. They're available for €61 at Nordstrom.
The Duchess carried her Tod's D-Styling Bag.
Upon their arrival in Denham, William drove off in his range rover while Kate and Lupo left in a separate vehicle. It was not revealed exactly when the photos although it is thought to be the last week in May.
A new photo of the Duchess out and about shopping appears on the cover of Australian magazine Woman's Day.
A look inside the magazine.
Susan from WKW correctly noted Kate's dress appears to be maternity brand Séraphine's Wrap Dress With Tie in the navy spot colourway.
'This gorgeous mock wrap maternity dress is an essential for your maternity wardrobe. In a pretty navy polka dot print with a chic side bow detail, the dress is perfect for any occasion. The above the bump side tie highlights your empire line and flatters your bust and growing bump. The short sleeve dress also comes in blue'.
It's a very pretty frock and looks like a comfortable piece. Kate teamed it with a pink cardigan.
From what we can see the Duchess appears to be browsing through fabrics and wore her hair in a pretty updo.