Kate Middleton Wears Blue Tweed To Honour The Scott-Amundsen Centenary Race Today

Kate Middleton And Prince William Honour The Scott-Amundsen Centenary Race

As the Queen’s Jubilee approaches, as well as their first wedding anniversary, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have a diary packed with royal appointments. Yesterday we saw Prince William and Kate Middleton at the London première of 'African Cats', for which the DoC chose to wear a chic Matthew Williamson number, and today the couple are attending another swanky reception — and they've just arrived! *squeals*

Kate and Wills are at the event held at Goldsmiths' Hall in London to honour the Scott-Amundsen Centenary Race to the South Pole, which raised funds for the British Legion, and Kate looks tres ladylike in a blue tweed jacket and matching skirt with colour-coordinated heels.

As a patron, the Prince will meet the two teams of soldiers who marched through the frozen wastes for the challenge in aid of the Royal British Legion. Later today, the pair will be attending a reception at the Imperial War Museum, which is debuting its Centenary Commemorations. Bring on the Middy Watch!



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