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Kate Middleton Wore a Peplum, Saw a Lion Dance

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Watching Kate watch the lion dance.

Kate Middleton continued to reinforce our pregnancy speculation during her East Asia tour today by wearing a white peplum skirt suit by Alexander McQueen. You know, one that covered her tummy. She and Prince William visited Singapore's Jurassic Park Gardens by the Bay, where they walked around an enormous biodome "Cloud Forest" (Kate got a special umbrella to shield her hair from the humidity-inducing mist used to water the plants) and watered "planted" an exotic tree. 

Later in the day, the couple visited the Rolls-Royce Seletar Campus at the Seletar Aerospace Park, where Kate wore some hilarious eye protection (for a brief but wonderful moment, we thought they might actually be Google glasses), played some sort of hilarious computer game, and examined a large propeller.

Kate changed into a dress by a Singapore-based fashion label Raoul to go watch "cultural events" in Queenstown — including a lion dance and tai chi demonstrations — and hang out with some adorable children. Finally, they went to have dinner at the British High Commissioner's residence, where Kate wore a blue and white dress by one of her British standbys, Erdem and toasted with water instead of wine AGAIN. Seriously, guys. See highlights from the day in our slideshow.

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Watching Kate Middleton Watch the Paralympics
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