Princess Charlotte steals the show at the Commonwealth Games
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Princess Charlotte joined his parents Prince William and Kate Middleton at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England on August 2. And let’s just say the 7-year-old kindly stole the show.
Charlotte arrived at the tournament in a Rachel Riley jersey dress with navy and ivory stripes and a lace-trimmed collar, completing her look with braided pigtails. As for mum and dad, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a white Alexander McQueen suit and the Duke donned a navy blazer, blue button down shirt and khaki trousers.
During the outing, the family watched several sporting events, including swimming and hockey, and visited SportsAid House, where they chatted with athletes. Kate has been patron of the nonprofit, which has been supporting young athletes through awards, scholarships and personal development opportunities, since 2013.
It was the first time William and Kate have taken Charlotte for a solo royal engagement (she is often joined by her brothers Prince George9 and Prince Louis, 4). And it seemed to match his interests. Just like her parents, Charlotte has proven to be a sports fan (did you see her video message wishing the Lionesses football team good luck ahead of their EURO 2022 win)?