Kate was casual today as she brought Prince George to watch his father play polo.
The young Prince was in attendance as his father and Uncle Harry took part in a match at Cirencester Park Polo Club this Father’s Day. The event was a fundraiser for Centrepoint, Prince William is the charity’s royal patron. More from Simon Perry’s story in People magazine.
William was helping to raise money for the homelessness charity Centrepoint, for which he has been a patron since 2007, following in the footsteps of his late mother Princess Diana, who took her two young sons to see homeless shelters before she died in 1997.
Two other charities – Well child, which Harry supports, and Child Bereavement UK, another of William’s causes – were also beneficiaries.
Kate was in her Breton stripe top from Me + Em (£48).
If interested in’repliKating’ this style we do have a few possibilities on our ‘CopyKate Clothing‘ Pinterest board. Some of those include the Banana Republic Nautical Stripe Pullover ($69.99) the Ralph Lauren Striped Boatneck Top in cream/windigo ($54, shipping is free), and Jaeger’s Button Shoulder Breton Stripe Top at House of Fraser (£60, about $100).
The Duchess wore little jewelry today, only her Ballon de Bleu watch by Cartier and her sapphire/diamond engagement ring. Kate was wearing the Givenchy ‘Obsidian’ sunglasses we have seen previously; the style number is SGV 773, be advised the glasses are no longer available at reputable dealers I could locate. There are plenty of online sites offering the style, but they appear to be store selling counterfeit merchandise.
I’ve not yet sorted out an ID on Kate’s skinny jeans, but will update when there is more information to share.
Prince George also wore things we’ve seen before. He had on his Neck and Neck overalls, no longer available.
The young Prince looked as if he wanted to play alongside his father and uncle.
And he looked well on his way to walking without assistance from anyone.
Next appearance: We expect to see the Duchess tomorrow for Order of the Garter ceremonies.
We’ll leave you with this image from tomorrow’s Sun newspaper, shared by Sky News on twitter
- Centrepoint’s website is here, the Child Bereavement UK site can be visited here, and you can see the Well Child UK site here
- The Mirror‘s story and photo gallery are here
- Click here for The Daily Mail’s story
- Just Jared’s photo gallery can be seen here
- You can read Grazia UK’s story and view the photos by clicking here