Kate Middleton proves she can do anything in a pair of sky-high heels

Rebelander Basilan
Jun 14, 2018
03:20 A.M.
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Kate Middleton just proved that she can actually do anything in a pair of heels during Prince William’s charity polo match.


On June 10, 2018, Kate and her older children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte were spotted at Beaufort Polo Club in Gloucestershire. They came out to support William.

The Duchess of Cambridge, who just gave birth to her third royal baby, Prince Louis, wore an oxford blue and white off the shoulder dress. She paired the look with 3-inch espadrille wedges.

Kate proved her bravery for navigating any area in wedges as she effortlessly ran down a grassy hill to congratulate the Duke of Cambridge and his team after the game.

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According to People, that event wasn't the first time the royal mother-of-three put her wedges to the test.

When Kate and William visited India in April 2016 for their royal tour, the Duchess of Cambridge played cricket with the local children wearing 4-inch wedges.

And in 2014, during her Australian tour, Kate was spotted running on Manly Beach wearing a sky-high Stuart Weitzman wedges.


Meanwhile, during William’s charity polo match, Kate's 3-year-old daughter, Charlotte, also caught the attention of the crowd.

Charlotte seemed to enjoy her time in the outdoors and started playing around and being carefree.

She looked adorable in her pink dress and her sunglasses.

As her mother watched over her, Charlotte started running around, skipping, hopping, and even doing headstands.


She was also seen running around in the field with her older brother, George.

The polo match attended by William was called the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy.

The event aims to raise money to be given to the Royal Marsden cancer hospital and Centrepoint, which is a homelessness charity.

Both William and his younger brother, Prince Harry, are playing for a series of polo games through the upcoming weeks. They aim to accumulate as much money as they could for their respective chosen charities.

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