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What a trooper!

Despite having bouts with severe morning sickness, Duchess Kate put on her bravest face to honor the bravest men and women over the weekend. The Duchess of Cambridge bundled up her baby bump in a head-to-toe wool coat to honor veterans on Remembrance Sunday, an annual memorial event in London.

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Joined by Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Charles' wife, Kate stood for two minutes as Queen Elizabeth led the laying of poppy wreaths, a tradition on Remembrance Day.

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Donning the Alexander McQueen coat and a structured Jane Corbett hat, Kate also proudly wore something a little more sentimental: A red poppy pin, a gift from the wife of a solider.

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The holiday appearance marked one of the Duchess's first public appearances since announcing her second pregnancy, one that has not exactly been a smooth ride, having been bedridden for a month with severe morning sickness known as hyperemesis gravidarum.

But, Kate is proving that you can't keep a good woman down.