Kate Middleton could quite frankly wear a bin bag and still steal the show, and yesterday's Paralympics offering was no exception as she dressed in attire that wouldn't look out of place aboard an aircraft.
The stunning Duchess of Cambridge took on an active role at yesterday's athletics presenting a gold medal to Team GB's Aled Davies.
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She stepped out of her casual yet chic sportswear and donned her formal wardrobe instead, wearing a navy pencil skirt and matching jacket.
Kate Middleton teamed the suit with a silk scarf that made her look as if she was about to board a BA flight, in first class though of course.
She worked her look with her favourite Russell & Bromley wedges and represented the royals perfectly with her hair teased into her trademark bouncy curls.
The brunette's sudden appearance at the medal ceremony was a welcomed surprise and we imagine the most chuffed person there was Aled — a gold medal AND the chance to shake the duchess' hand.
Earlier in the day K-Middy braved the rain to watch the rowing finals at Eton Dorney and despite the wet weather she had a smile stretched across her pretty face — she's such a pro!
This week Kate returned to her role representing the royals at the games although for the Paralympics Prince William had been a no show.
Prince Harry didn't join his sister-in-law either although we don't need to explain the reasons for his absence…