The Prince and Princess of Wales were in Egham on Thursday for a day of charity fundraising and polo, and Kate brought along some glowing, summery jewels for the occasion.
The Waleses headed to the Guards Polo Club in Egham on Thursday for the charity fundraising event. The club is located in a dramatic location near Windsor Castle.
The Royal Charity Polo Cup, sponsored by Out-Sourcing Inc., is a fundraiser for eleven different charities supported by Prince William and Princess Catherine.
William played in the polo match, which raised more than a million pounds for charity this year.
And Kate cheered him on from the sidelines as she chatted with the other guests at the event, including William’s cousin Peter Phillips.
William’s team won the game, and Kate presented them with their prizes.
She also made sure to give special congratulations to her husband.
For the event, Kate wore a lightweight blue-and-white floral dress from Beulah London.
With the dress, she wore gold jewelry, including a textured pair of hoop earrings.
These are the Spine Hoop Earrings from the British jewelry designer Lenique Louis. The gold-plated earrings were inspired by coral reefs.
Kate wore the earrings for the first time last December during the couple’s visit to Boston for the Earthshot Prize celebrations.
She also wore a gold and white bracelet at the polo club on Thursday.
This is the Stéphanie Howlite Cuff from one of Kate’s favorite affordable fashion brands, Sézane. The bangle is made of gold-plated brass and howlite.
The bracelet has been in Kate’s collection for several years. We first saw her wear it in a handout photograph released by Kensington Palace in July 2020.
She also wore it on Tuesday at Wimbledon.
Here’s one more look at Kate’s dress and jewels from Thursday’s polo event.