Kate Middleton Plays Field Hockey In Heels & Q by McQueen Dress!
Kate Middleton played field hockey in style wearing a blue-and-green tartan coatdress from Q by McQueen and black high-heel boots! Kate visited her old school, St. Andrew’s preparatory school in Berkshire, England, to celebrate St. Andrew’s Day today. Even though she wasn’t dressed for it, the Duchess was quite literally a good sport: She christened the school’s new athletic facilities by playing field hockey in a dress and heels. How could anyone not love Kate Middleton?
Although Kate always looks perfectly polished, it’s fun to see her getting competitive on the field. We always forget that she’s quite an athlete too. The British beauty wore her new bangs off to the side. Although she isn’t quite sure how she feels about her new hairstyle yet, she seems to be adjusting to it just fine. Of course, the students of St. Andrew’s were thrilled to see the Duchess and world-renowned fashion icon up close and personal at their school.
“It is such a treat to be back here at St. Andrew’s,” Kate was quoted in the Daily Mail as saying to the school kids and teachers. “I absolutely loved my time here. They were some of my happiest years…In fact, I enjoyed it so much that when I had to leave, I told my mother that I was going to come back to be a teacher.”
Although Kate ended up becoming the Duchess of Cambridge instead of a teacher, there’s no doubt that Kate loves children. In fact, rumour has it that she and Prince William are hoping to start a family very soon and are moving out of their Welsh cottage to Apartment 1A of London’s Kensington Palace to make room for their hopefully growing family (it’s much bigger than it sounds… In fact, it has 20 rooms and 4 floors, to be exact!). We can’t wait to see what the next generation of Kate and William looks like!
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