Emilia Weeksted wears the duchess charity polo match – what Kate wore

The Duchess of Cambridge wore Emilia Weeksted for a charity polo match today.

The outsourced Inc. Royal Charity Polo Cup 2022 was at the Guards Polo Club in Windsor. The late Duke of Edinburgh was the club’s first president.

Also taking part in the match: Olga, seen in the picture above. Cocker Spaniel of the Olga Cambridge family. More from My London Story.

The couple was joined by their black cocker Spaniel, Orla, given to them shortly before the death of their favorite pet, Lupo. Shortly before Lupo died, the family brought Orla home. “They were devastated when Lupo died,” a source told the Daily Mail earlier. “It was hoped that a small dog would give Lupo some companionship and give him some more life and energy.”

Orla was raised by Katherine’s brother, James Middleton, who announced in the spring of 2020 that her dog, Luna, had given birth to six puppies.

In this shot, the Duchess treats Olga; It’s hard to say.

The match raises money and awareness for the ten charities supported by the Duke and Duchess: Scream, The Foundling Museum, The Welsh Rugby Charitable Trust, London Air Ambulance, Mountain Rescue England and Wales, Anna Freud Center, Family, Children’s Hospice (EACH) and The Passage.

The report said এক 1 million had been raised for charities.

Chat with Duke after the match.

The Duchess presented awards and trophies.

The trophies were shaped like samurai helmets.

Then the group photo turn.

Here is a short video of the award presentation.

A hug for the Duke.

And an official shot with Best Playing Cheese.

The Duchess has also spoken to the players.


Now look at what Kate wore. She was in an Emilia Wickstead design from the 2019 resort collection, a collection Mrs. Wickstead said that “… the French were influenced by 60s movies,” according to Of enjoyment Collection review.

More specifically, the Duchess wore a Danvela belt. It is made with cream cloaku fabric, an element with an raised texture referred to as ‘waffled’ in the description of this dress; The material is 95% polyester and 5% elastic. The sleeveless dress has a round neck, detachable belt, hook-and-eye zipper on the back and distinctive black crepe piping.

Thank you Kate Middleton style curly And Laura For their quick ID work. This picture shows the back of the dress.
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Duchess has unveiled a new pair of slingback sandals from British shoe and accessory brand Camilla Elphick. Thanks to Chantelle for a great ID; This is not the brand I was looking for when searching for shoes.

The ‘Alicia’ style ($ 255) point-to-slingback features a tan with a small notch on the top and cross-stitch details, and a large size pearl ribbon (a signature for the brand) on the black color scheme and straps.

Here are some other items showing the ribbon.

Camilla Elphick describes herself as a “luxury durable shoe and accessories” firm. We learn more from one D&D London Interview with Mrs. Elphick.

I launched my brand in 2014 at London Fashion Week at Somerset House in the designer showroom.

Sustainability has always been at the center of my brand. In 2015 we won an award from Positive Luxury for our certificate of durability. I always use our leather and materials we use from start to finish and I know our complete supply chain from start to finish. I know who makes every part of our shoes and I love it.

Below, a photo of the designer.

Ms Elfick added on the brand’s site, “We are an all-female team who specialize in footwear and accessories and we are extremely fortunate to like what we do. I am so proud that we have created countless collections that have become a beautiful legacy in our customers’ rooms and give him that little extra when he goes into a room.

The Duchess also wore a new pair of earrings. With thanks Daniel for ID, They look like Gabriel earrings from French retailer Sézane ($ 70). Earrings resin with gold plated brass hardware.

Here is one more picture from the event.
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