The Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Sussex showed their support for Prince William and Prince Harry at an annual charity polo match. The royal pair brought their children along to the King Power Royal Charity Polo Day on July 10 in Surrey. Kate’s children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis were joined by their new cousin, baby Archie Mountbatten Windsor, who made his first public appearance since being introduced to the world by his parents Harry and Meghan at two days old on May 8.
Kate opted for contrasting shades of red and pink for the second time in the space of a week. The Duchess wore a printed pink L.K. Bennett dress to the polo, which she paired with Catherine Zoraida earrings and the Mulberry “Darley” bag in a clashing shade of red, as she cheered on William and Harry (who were playing for opposing teams). Last weekend, Kate wore a blush Stella McCartney dress and statement red headband to attend Archie’s christening in the private chapel at Windsor Castle on July 6.
In keeping with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s wishes, the service was kept to family and close friends, with the Prince of Wales, Duchess of Cornwall, and Duke and Duchess of Cambridge all in attendance. Doria Ragland was also with the royal family for the event, as were Lady Jane Fellowes and Lady Sarah McCorquodale. Meghan opted for a cream gown and matching hat by Dior for the occasion. For the family outing to the polo, the Duchess wore a khaki Lisa Marie Fernandez dress and a pair of black sunglasses.
Originally published on British Vogue