The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were spotted at a rugby match between England and Wales at Twickenham Stadium with their son, Prince George, 8, in tow. In a series of photos that were shared by Getty Images, the pair were seen entering the stadium with their oldest child, as well as laughing with him in the stands.
Prince William & Kate Middleton Attended Rugby Match with Son, Prince George (& Kate's Coat Stole the Show)
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Prince George chose a red and blue puffer coat for the match, while his father wore a navy coat over a white button-up shirt and red tie. However, Middleton stole the show in her houndstooth knightsbridge coat from Holland Cooper (which you can get here for $526). To show her support for England's national rugby union team, the duchess also sported a scarf with the team's red rose emblem.
If there's one thing we've learned from eyeing Middleton's fashion over the years, it's that she knows how to pick a statement coat. The Duchess of Cambridge has always been a master at layering, and in 2021 alone, we saw her bring back an emerald green coat that she wore during a tour in 2014, as well as show off a bright red Eponine jacket.
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