Kate Middleton made her debut at Royal Ascot today, and boy, did she knock every other guest’s outfit out the park.
Dressing for the races can be tricky, but the 34-year-old Duchess Of Cambridge showed how to pull off the look perfectly in what might be one of our favourite Kate outfits yet.
The mum-of-two turned out in a white lace Dolce And Gabbana dress worth £2,415, that boasted long sleeves, a nipped in waist and a beautiful pretty tiered swishy skirt.
Kate teamed her summer-ready frock with nude heels and a cream fascinator by Jane Taylor. But her strangest accessory of the whole look had to be the helpful name tag brooch, which read: ‘HRH The Duchess of Cambridge’ on it.
You know, as if you didn’t know…
Kate’s worn the D&G beauty before – at the Windsor Horse Race last month – but fans were unable to see it in its entirety thanks to the red Zara jacket she’d thrown on top.
The wedding worthy look marked the first time the Duchess has attended the annual event, and this year, husband Prince William is presenting a trophy for a race named in his honour – The Duke Of Cambridge Stakes.
Bookies had actually predicted that Kate would be wearing a beige of cream headpiece on the day, with odds on at 2/1, so it looks like they guessed right.
The Duchess was joined by William, the Queen, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, with the Queen looking lovely in a pink coat with a white trim and a matching pink hat.