Duchess Kate runs to kiss another star player at William's polo match

Ksenia Novikova
Jun 15, 2018
04:57 A.M.
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Kate Middleton attended the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy with her children to cheer Prince William.


As reported by The Sun UK, the Duke of Cambridge Prince William participated in the charity match played at Beaufort Polo Club on Sunday, June 8.

In the photos from the event, Middleton was seen running across the grass bank towards the marquees. She reached out to former England player Malcolm Borwick, who played in William's team for the match.

After her children joined her, Middleton gave Borwick an air-kiss on both sides of his cheek along with a warm hug. Borwick was wearing a No. 3 shirt while William was No. 4 for the Maserati team.

Borwick and William had played together at the 2017 Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy match. The former England international player has a good friendship with Prince William and Prince Harry


Borwick had offered Meghan Markle to teach some skills to play polo after she cheered on Harry in a game in Ascot.

In an interview with The Sun UK, Borwick shared that he met Markle for the first time last year and thought that she was a very nice person. 

“She’s not a polo player, but she’s very keen to learn and I’ve offered to teach her.”

Malcolm Borwick, The Sun, May 21, 2017

At the Sunday match, Prince George was seen playing with a toy gun with his sister Charlotte as the children enjoyed the day out in the sun watching their father play polo.


3-year-old Charlotte was captured doing rolly-pollies as she flaunted her skills to her mother Middleton, who was giggling at Charlotte's innocence.

Charlotte was also photographed being cuddled by Middleton as the family relaxed outdoors.

36-year-old Middleton comforted a misty-eyed George after he got overwhelmed with excitement on the outing before he forgot it all and came back to his playful element.

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