On Friday, she took our breath away when she stepped onto the red carpet for the swanky Olympic Games Gala in a ravishing Jenny Packham teal gown with a braided up ‘do and today, Kate Middleton has delivered yet another chic ensemble...
The Duchess of Cambridge and her adorable dog Lupo spent Sunday at Coworth Park, near Ascot, to watch hubby Prince William and his little bro Prince Harry play a spot of polo. After the match, which is a fundraiser for one of their charities, the royal brothers looked utterly dashing in their white uniforms plus riding boots as they lined up for the presentation ceremony. LOOK:
Meanwhile, Princess Catherine was poised beside them, dressed in a printed knee-length frock in a summery sea-green hue with ladylike buttons leading from the belted waist up to the high stand collar – how fitting for a low-key affair on a sunny May day.
UPDATE: Our Libélula pals have contacted us to confirm that this is the silk Rebecca dress from Libélula's Autumn Winter 2011 collection. Costing £185, it's available in two great new prints [above]. Sophie Cranston, the designer behind the line, is famous for her feminine, chic and vintage-inspired creations that match Kate’s style perfectly, not least because Sophie has previously worked at Temperley and Alexander McQueen before founding her own label in 2002. You'll remember the DoC has worn the label before too, most memorably when she chose the black velvet Dulwich coat with diamante clasp for the wedding of Harry Aubrey-Fletcher and Louise Stourton in January last year.
Thanks to Ruth Crilly, model and beauty blogger for www.amodelrecommends.com, Grazia Daily can bring you a first glimpse of the Duchess as she wafts about the grassy fields. Ruth tweeted the above images earlier today along with the caption, ‘I am actually in love with the Duchess of Cambridge!’ We hear ya. Kate teamed her floaty frock with mega wedges That we've not seen before and her trademark tumbling waves. UPDATE: Brilliant blog What Kate Wore has identified those cork wedges as Stuart Weitzman's Minx espadrilles, which are available from Russell & Bromley for £235.00.
So what do you make of Kate’s polo style? Don’t forget you can check out more of her style hits in Grazia’s Kate Middleton Look Book.