The match will benefit charities supported by the Prince and Princess of Wales

Princess Kate supports Prince William at charity polo match – best photos

At a polo match for a good cause in Windsor, the Princess of Wales supported her husband, Prince William.

William was seen wearing a blazer, shirt, and pants as the couple arrived at Guards Polo Guard, while Catherine looked summery in a blue Beulah London midi dress.


Kate looked lovely in a blue Beulah London dress
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The Prince of Wales participated in the Guards Polo Club’s 2023 Out-Sourcing Inc. Royal Charity Polo Cup.

The royal couple supports 11 charities, and this match helped to raise money and awareness for those organizations. These charities were Mental Health Innovations, Wales Air Ambulance, Centrepoint, The Passage, Mountain Rescue England & Wales, Foundling Museum, Forward Trust, East Anglia Children’s Hospices, Baby Basics, Little Village, and AberNecessities.


Kate accessorised with a blue leather Mulberry bag
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Catherine also had meetings with officials from the charities that will profit from the match.

The 12th annual Royal Charity Polo Day is expected to raise more than £12,000,000 for deserving charities that the Prince and Princess are committed to supporting.


Princess Kate was seen holding a glass
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William was the team’s fourth defensive player for the US Polo Association squad.



The Princess socialized with spectators on the sidelines, including champion jockey Frankie Dettori, Peter Phillips, the cousin of William, and Lindsay Steven, his girlfriend.



The family dog, Orla, joined Catherine on the sidelines the previous year. The Princess could be seen kissing her husband as he claimed the trophy after winning a polo match.

William and his younger brother Prince Harry share their late grandfather Prince Philip’s and father King Charles’ passion for the game.


Champion jockey Frankie Dettori was among the guests
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Charles played polo competitively in teams all over the world until he retired at the age of 57 in 2005.


Kate was seen laughing with William’s cousin, Peter Phillips
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The late Duke of Edinburgh participated in the sport up until 1957, when he switched to carriage driving at age 50.


The couple were joined by their dog Orla at the match
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For William and Catherine, this week has already been very active. On Tuesday, the Princess made her first appearance at Wimbledon. Roger Federer, an eight-time champion, joined her in the royal box. Along with Emma Raducanu, a former US Open champion, Catherine also watched Katie Boulter’s match on Court 18 and discussed her memories of Wimbledon.


Kate was joined by Roger Federer in the royal box
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On Wednesday, William and Catherine left for Edinburgh, Scotland, where they met King Charles and Queen Camilla for a special service of thanksgiving at St. Giles’ Cathedral to commemorate the coronation.


William and Kate at the thanksgiving service in Edinburgh
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While Catherine honored Scotland’s flag in a blue Catherine Walker coat dress and matching Philip Treacy hat, the Prince wore ceremonial robes of the Order of the Thistle. She wore the late Queen Elizabeth’s Garrard four-string pearl choker as an accessory.

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