It can often be difficult dressing for two, but 43-year-old BBC newsreader Kate Silverton looked like she had nailed pregnancy dressing as she was spotted arriving at Google headquarters for the #whosesideareyouon conservation campaign launch in London on Monday.

Dressed in a form-fitting black top and jacket, Kate made her understated outfit look stylish pairing denim skinny jeans with silver snakeskin pumps and gold jewellery.

The BBC presenter was clearly having a great time at the event rubbing shoulders with retired footballer David Beckham, as she tweeted a snap of the pair posing together with the caption: ”The Bump’ meets #beckham lovely to meet @DavidBeckhamWeb at launch of #whosesideareyouon today’. Kate was one of the many famous supporters who attended the launch for Unite for Wildlife Campaign, which fights against illegal trade in wildlife products.

The campaign was kicked off by the Duke of Cambridge, who is the president of United for Wildlife charity, and was joined by David Beckham, who heads a team of high-profile sporting stars backing this campaign to engage young people’s support on social networks to combat the illegal trade in wildlife products.

The pair, who both looked dapper in tailored suits, appeared together at Google Town Hall (the brand’s HQ) in London to speak about the dangers of illegal hunting. The Duke, who sat beside Beckham on the stage at the central London event, also gave a short speech in which he spoke of how the ‘illegal wildlife trade thrives because it is hidden, often invisible, making it easy for criminals’.

Kate is expecting her second child with husband Mike Heron, and already has a two-year-old daughter named Clemency . The BBC journalist has openly admitted her struggle to conceive a second child with IVF, but recently admitted to Lorraine Kelly that she fell pregnant naturally after ‘moving on’ from accepting that she may not fall pregnant.

 

Source: Daily Mail