Kate and William in rare PDA as she kisses him after polo match victory
Kate Middleton and Prince William were seen indulging in a rare public display of affection after William's team won their polo match today.
The Duchess of Cambridge beamed and planted an affectionate kiss on her husband's cheek after his team won at the Royal Charity Polo Cup 2022 in Windsor on Wednesday.
Kate, 40, looked sensational in white as she handed out the trophies and awards to William and his teammates, before posing for a group photograph.
The couple's rare PDA didn't stop there though, as they were seen putting their arms around each other as they walked across the pitch after the match.
Their adorable family dog Orla – who Kate sweetly stroked earlier in the day as she watched William from the sidelines – bounded after them.
Kate looked stunning for the sporty day out in a chic white a-line dress, complete with statement piping detail from designer Emilia Wickstead.
William, meanwhile, arrived at the event in a casual ensemble that consisted of white trousers and a powder blue button down shirt.
Taking part in the Out-Sourcing Inc. Royal Charity Polo Cup 2022, held at the Guards Polo Club in Windsor, the Duke of Cambridge was just one of several participants hoping to raise vital funds for a number of charities close to his heart.
The event was expected to raise more than £1 million for charities, which include London’s Air Ambulance, Mountain Rescue England and Wales, the homeless organisation The Passage and East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices, to name just a few.
It's been a busy week for Kate and William, as the pair made their first appearance at Wimbledon this year on Tuesday.
Mum-of-three Kate looked radiant as she made the surprise appearance at the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club wearing a blue polka dot dress she'd sported last month, which she paired with white accessories.
Joining the royal couple for the match were Kate’s parents Carole and Michael Middleton, who were spotted taking their seats in the Royal Box on Centre Court, shortly after their daughter's arrival.
However the Middletons were unable to sit beside their daughter, and were instead located in seats located elsewhere in the Royal Box, but it didn’t stop Kate from showing her affection all the same.
In a sweet gesture, as soon as she had caught sight of her parents, the future Queen consort blew a kiss to her parents while smiling brightly at the pair.
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