The Princess of Wales, Kate Middleton, returned to her official duties over the weekend and did so in style. The wife of Prince William officially took a position that previously belonged to Prince Harry.
Kate attended her first match as patron of British rugby league, a position previously held by Harry. The Duchess was at the Rugby World Cup quarter-final match between England and Papua New Guinea. The match was played at the Wigan Warriors stadium, located in the north of England.
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Last February, the princess had received from the hands of Queen Elizabeth II herself the appointment as her grandson’s replacement. The monarch saw in her the best person to carry out the patronage because Kate is an assiduous practitioner of this sport.
This is how Kate Middleton looked in the Rugby World Cup
For the event, the duchess opted for a spectacular red coat by Alexander McQueen, which helped her to counteract the effects of the cold autumn rain that fell on the stadium. This garment is not a new piece, she has already worn it on other occasions.
To complement the look, the princess wore the traditional poppy for World War I Memorial Day, whose tribute will be held on November 11.