Kate Middleton spotted at grocery store, looking fit
A photographer spotted the Duchess of Cambridge, 31, stocking up on groceries, and probably diapers, at a Waitrose store in her hometown of Anglesey, Wales on Monday. View the photo here.
"She's hardly done anything to lose the weight," an insider close to the royal family told US Weekly. "She looks incredible. She's not dieting. After giving birth, she did continue with her yoga."
Dressed in a casual long sleeve shirt and black skinny jeans, the new mommy strolled the parking lot with a packed shopping cart ("trolley" for our UK readers).
This marks the public's first glimpse of Middleton since she stepped out of the St. Mary's Hospital in London after giving birth.
The new family of three are staying in Anglesey until they move to their spacious 20-room apartment in Kensington Palace come September.
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