Kate Middleton was at her athletic best looking as hot as could be in coral skinny jeans! Duchess Kate did her royal best at an unannounced engagement today before accompanying Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall to the The Dulwich Picture Gallery. Prince William’s classy wife met Team GB’s hockey players at the Olympic Park in London.
Since Kate was the captain of the first XI hockey team at Marlborough College, It seemed a natural choice for Kate to begin her role as Olympic ambassador with the hockey team. Kate toured the park and met staff and dignitaries during the ninety minute visit. She even donned a tracksuit and joined the team for a training session.
The athletic Duchess scored a goal during the session – maybe they went a bit easy on her! Kate is going to both excel and enjoy her role as Olympic Ambassador given her love of sport. It’s nice to see that she has such a healthy appetite for exercise.
Duchess Kate perfected casual chic today wearing a navy blazer and LK Bennett shoes. Who would have thought we’d see Kate attend an engagement in coral skinny jeans but it is a great look for her. Kate wore the J Brand 811 mid rise twill skinny jeans. The coral jeans are available for $350 and are described as
“Pop – bright pants are at the top of our spring style agendas, and J Brand Demi’s coral twill ’8’11′ skinny jeans will add a splash of bold colour to your wardrobe.”
Kate teamed her outfit with the Official Paralympic GB Scarf. It is available at high street retailer Next in small for $8 and large for $16. All profits from the sale of these items will be donated to the British Olympic Association. The scarf is described as
“Ice in your mind, fire in your belly. This hand painted lion is a visual reflection of a quote that describes the sheer courage, talent and determination of our Great British Athletes. If you look closely you’ll also find 60 hands to symbolise the athletes’ sixty million supporters and the map of Great Britain.”
Kate Middleton is the best thing to happen to British Royalty, and maybe Great Britain, since Queen Elizabeth II. We hope Price William appreciates his great luck!