After spending the afternoon supporting Prince William at the Royal Charity Polo Cup 2022 in Windsor, the Duchess of Cambridge gave him a heartfelt kiss on the cheek and congratulated him on his victory.
The Duke, 40, and his brother Prince Harry, 37, who currently resides at his $14.7 million home in Santa Barbara with wife Meghan Markle, son Archie, and daughter Lilibet Diana, have previously participated in charity polo matches.
In 2017, they both participated in the Jerudong Trophy charity polo event at Cirencester Park Polo Club.
He was currently accompanied by his wife Kate Middleton, 40, who was dressed for the occasion in a £1,352 beautiful white midi dress from her favorite designer Emilia Wickstead, which she teamed with a plush pair of £195 flats from Camilla Elphick.
Orla, the family dog who is two years old, had accompanied the pair on their look at this point.
The Duchess seemed upbeat throughout the outing and could be seen enjoying a glass of Pimms with one hand while giving the pet a loving stroke with the other.
Prior to Megxit, the Duke of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex frequently played polo.
The King Power Royal Charity Polo Day, hosted in July 2019 in memory of late Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, paired Princes Harry and William against one another.
The Duchess of Sussex, who was seen holding newborn Archie, and the Duchess of Cambridge, who brought along Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis as royal supporters, both came out in support of the brothers.
Later, at the Billingbear Polo Club, the Duke of Cambridge and his team won the Khun Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha Memorial Polo Trophy. He held up the trophy for a picture.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who yesterday paid their first visit to Wimbledon of the year, have had a busy week.
Along with Prince William and Tim Henman, Kate looked elegant in a £1,515 Alessandra Rich dress as she watched two nail-biting matches, including Norrie’s five-set encounter against Belgian David Goffin.
The ninth seed twice overcame set deficits to win 3-6 7-5 2-6 6-3 7-5 on a boisterous No. 1 Court, becoming just the fourth British man to do it at the All England Club during the Open era.
After three hours and 28 minutes, Goffin netted a forehand, and Norrie raised his arms in celebration to declare victory on his second match point.
Later, the royal couple tweeted a picture of 26-year-old Norrie pumping his fist on the court, with the caption: ‘What a match! Just brilliant @cam-norrie.’
They later added: ‘What a day of tennis! Fantastic to be back @Wimbledon today and wonderful to see @Cam-Norrie flying the flag in the singles!’
Additionally, the Duke and Duchess visited Cambridgeshire earlier this month. Kate was spotted beaming as she cuddled a child who was dressed in a pink outfit at their last meeting at the County Day at Newmarket Racecourse.
A heartwarming moment was captured on camera, and the mother-of-three is shown grinning and chatting with the infant she begged permission to hold while exclaiming, “I love babies,” to her mother.
Kate was clearly not in any hurry to leave as Prince William urged her to do so as he stood by, observing his wife as she held the infant.
The baby’s mother, Marianne Provoost, who had traveled from the Netherlands for the event, said the duchess had asked to hold her child by saying: ‘I love babies.’
Her daughter, four-month-old Norah, was handed back to her, with Ms. Provoost telling the duchess: ‘Enjoy your day and enjoy your children.’