All eyes were on Kate Middleton again this weekend.
It’s the first time that she’s been spotted out and about in the public eye since giving birth to Princess Charlotte in May.
After stepping out of the hospital, just hours after labour, with a bouncy blow dry and some pretty heels, she was always going to look amazing for her social debut this weekend. Standard.
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Saturday saw the official balcony debut of Prince George, who was held by his dad as he waved to the crowds along with the rest of his family, for the Trooping Of The Colour in London.
Kate looked every inch the nation’s Royal sweetheart, as she donned a floral coat dress and a white fascinator.
In perfect contrast to this, the family spent some down time together a day later, enjoying a relaxed afternoon in the sunshine.
In a heart warming scene, the Duchess played with Prince George on the grass at the Beaufort Polo Club in Gloucestershire.
Prince William and Prince Harry were playing polo together, as George went on his own little adventure, climbing up the hill and kicking a ball around with his mum. Clutching on to his toy car, the 23-month-old stomped around the turf in some Crocs, along with navy shorts and a matching cardigan. He sure is one stylish toddler.
Matching with Geoge, Kate opted for an effortlessly stylish outfit in blue hues, showing that she can nail casual dressing too.
Kate wore turned-up denim jeans and a striped top, with her brown locks left loose. The Duchess has clearly been hard at work, showing off a slim and healthy frame, just six weeks after giving birth, as she nailed off-duty style.
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