Kate Middleton's year in style

Now fast forward to June 2016, and Duchess Kate is seen wearing the same ensemble for the Order of the Garter service. "They will be there for one day this week".

The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, is rumored to be pregnant again only a year after her youngest daughter Princess Charlotte was born. While there, Kate planted a tree in the grounds of the historic castle, watched by the 2,500 guests at the party. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge smiled and saluted while caring for their adorable children. making it hard for royal watchers to focus on the Queen.

The Duchess, who spent her early years in Bradfield Southend and whose parents live in Bucklebury, unexpectedly joined her husband for the trophy presentation, congratulating the owner, trainer and jockey. Instead, Kate, Prince William, the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Charles, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, arrived by auto. To put it mildly, Kate had it rough with Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

Royal Ascot was founded by Queen Anne in 1711.

Olympic champion cyclist turned jockey Victoria Pendleton was also at the races on Wednesday.

A report from Celebrity Dirty Laundry said that if Kate Middleton is pregnant with her third baby, she will be taking the advice of the World Health Organization (WHO) to forego going to places on the list with Zika viruses to avoid getting their babies infected with the disease.

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'I am now on the waiting list for the LK Bennett Addison silk dress that she wore when President Obama visited Kensington Palace - I just love everything she wears!'

Ant and Dec were among the first to enter the racecourse on Wednesday morning ahead of presenting a trophy in the afternoon. "At 90, the Queen is the leader of our country, who we all look up to in good times and in challenging moments to set an example".

"It's a great day out".

Paralympian Dame Tanni Grey Thompson met the Duchess and said about her commitment to SportsAid: "She's always the first to throw off her shoes and get stuck in and because she's so fit and plays so many sports, she knows how important sport is and how it helps".

Usherette, owned by Sheikh Mohammed's racing operation Godolphin, was ridden by jockey Mickael Barzalona.

The Prince and Duchess then congratulated the trainer, Clive Cox, and jockey Adam Kirby.

  • Jack Mann