The Cambridges can’t pass up a matching moment.
Kate Middleton and Prince William took Princess Charlotte to watch a swimming competition at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England today – and the family coordinated perfectly in shades of blue and white.
It was a rare public appearance for the 7-year-old princess — and her first without one of her siblings — who looked adorable in a navy white striped dress with a Rachel Riley Peter Pan collar ($65) paired with white sandals from La Coqueta Kids ($46, originally $66).
The Duchess of Cambridge, 40, coordinated with Charlotte in the white Alexander McQueen blazer ($1,995) she previously wore during the Cambridges trip to Jamaica in March and at Windrush Day events in June.
Middleton wore her blazer with the Alexander McQueen straight-leg pants she wore in Jamaica, a white top and a wide belt.
She added the black-and-brown Camilla Elphick slingbacks she wore to a recent polo match and her oft-worn “Empress” earrings ($2,135) and pendant ($2,441) from Mappin and Webb.
Meanwhile, Prince William, 40, completed his wife and daughter’s looks in a navy blue blazer, khaki and a light blue button-up shirt.
From Wimbledon to the European Championships and now the Commonwealth Games, it has been a summer of sport for the royal family, and while the Cambridge kids have been somewhat out of the limelight since their platinum anniversary, Princess Charlotte has been cheering the British teams on all along.
On Sunday, the young royal sent her mother in navy polka dots to cheer on the England women’s football team for their win in the Euro 2022 final, starring a video of Prince William wishing the team the best of luck.
We also saw another family sporting moment on Sunday when the Duchess jumped aboard a catamaran with Britain’s sailing team for a friendly race against New Zealand – and she wore shorts for the third time ever.