Erdem, Holland Cooper and a wetsuit for a sailing engagement – what Kate wore

The Duchess looked sporty for an engagement in Plymouth, England today.

He was there for the Sale GP race in his role as patron of the 1851 Trust. (I have no information about the artwork the Duchess is holding in this photo.)

more from Daily Mail:

The SELGP competition, which is being held in Plymouth for the second year, will see nine international teams compete in short races of high-speed catamarans.

Sir Ben Ainslie will lead the Great Britain CelGP team in the short race, where catamarans can reach speeds of up to 55 miles per hour.

Below, the Duchess with Sir Ben and Hannah Mills, OBE, a two-time world champion sailor.

The 1851 Trust is the official charity of the Sail GP team in Great Britain. The trust was started in 2014 by Sir Ben and Sir Keith Mills; The name comes from the year of the first America’s Cup race.

Before taking part in a run, the Duchess met young people participating in some of the Trust’s activities to promote sustainability.

more from The Evening Standard story.

Kate met excited young people who told her how they were cultivating sea grass and took part in activities to educate young people about sustainability.

Carnegie Bedlow, 12, from St Helier, Jersey, said: “I was a bit nervous but she did what I told her and she was great.

“He asked me if I was interested in sailing. I do sailing camp in the summer, I love the ocean.”

of the trust Protect our future The initiative encourages young people to engage and support climate action. Kensington Place notes, “Our Futures program equips young people with the skills and knowledge to understand climate science and take positive action to protect nature, people, our oceans and the planet.”

Below, the Duchess and others work on an exercise in making mats from sea grass.

telegraph Report:

The duchess’ mat will form part of an ambitious National Marine Aquarium (NMA) scheme to restore four hectares of lost sea grass meadows, the size of 10 football pitches. The NMA says seagrasses are vital to the health of British waters, providing a haven for both commercial fish stocks and rare marine animals such as seahorses and stalked jellyfish.

Then it was time to change for the race. You’ll notice the earrings are gone, and I believe the engagement ring was also removed before the race.

The Duchess is dressed in her wetsuit, all ready to get in the water.

Team members were launched and transported to racing catamarans. Here you can see the Duchess with Sir Ben’s wife Georgie Thompson.

Another view of the Duchess as she is taken on a catamaran.

And one more.

The Great Britain and New Zealand teams took part in a ‘Friendly Commonwealth Race’. Below, the Duchess gets her headset set up.

The Evening Standard Note,” ‘He’s a really good sailor in his own right, he’s also sailed with me on the scuttled boat and we’re hoping for a little extra help, as he’s sailed across the Atlantic,’ says Ainslie.

Teams race F50 foiling catamarans, described as the “sail equivalent of a Formula 1 racecar”. Yachting World.

Below, Team GB’s catamaran in Plymouth Sound.

more from Plymouth Heralds coverage

The Duchess of Cambridge inspired Team GB to victory over New Zealand at the CelGP in Plymouth. He joined the British Racing Team in their F50 catamaran in a friendly ‘Commonwealth Race’ against Team NZ with Sir Ben Ainslie.

The race, which took place before the official final day of racing, saw Peter Burling and Blair Tuke in the Great Britain New Zealand F50 alongside UN Patron for Oceans Lewis Pugh. And it was a triumph for the British team as they cruised to an easy victory in front of thousands of people on the Plymouth coast.

Now see what Kate wore today.

We start with his first pair featuring Holland Cooper’s tailored shorts (£199, about $240 at today’s exchange rate). The high-waisted design is made from a linen/viscose blend and features front pleats, wide belt loops, side pockets, front zippers and the brand’s signature gold buttons and rivets. They are perfectly aligned. thank you Innocent 93 For this id.

A closer look at the details.

The Duchess also wore an Erdem Lotus Stripe Cashmere Sweater (last season).

If that sounds familiar, the Duchess also owns this ivory-coloured piece, seen here when she visits St Andrews in May 2021.

It looks like the Duchess has an updated version of the Superga Cotu Classic Sneakers ($65). The design we’ve seen her wear before had five eyelets (shown below when worn in March).

Today’s shoes have six eyelets, as shown below.

The Superga UK site shows the trainers with six eyelets. Most of the photos on the Superga US site show five eyelets, with the exception of photos of models wearing the shoes. My guess is that we’ll see the six-eyelet style eventually replace the current version. The five-eyelet style is relatively easy to find at Superga, as well as retailers like Nordstrom and Zappos.

The Aurelia Chain Huggie Hoops ($22) are back.

Now for the sailing look.

Duchess O’Shea was in a wetsuit (thanks UFOs are no more), a Henry Lloyd baseball cap (thank you Katy’s Royal Love), and his Adidas Performance Pureboost X trainers, shown below in 2016.

He also had what looked like the Sungod Sierras ($120) with a frame made from 100% recycled plastic waste. This is the Great Britain Sale GP Limited Edition style. thank you Remoulade Sace & Dagmar of DenmarkAs well as Elizabeth’s Kate’s closet For ID!

After the race, the Duchess changed into a different look.
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She wore a Henry Lloyd Team GB shell over a white tee and a pair of Helly Hansen Marydalen Hiking Shorts ($75). Made of quick-drying stretch fabric, the shorts have cargo pockets with hidden snap closures, a zippered front pocket and a zipped front. I show them at Haley Hansen, but they are offered at Back Country USA ($75), Amazon ($75), Trekkin ($45.99). Curly in Kate Middleton style For this id.

Here’s a closer look at the Henry Lloyd Team GB Baseball Cap ($40).

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A very quick note about a cute video posted on Kensington Palace’s social media accounts this morning, in which Prince William and Princess Charlotte show their support for the Lions (England’s women’s soccer team) ahead of tonight’s European Championship final against Germany at Wembley.

There was speculation that Princess Charlotte and/or Prince George might attend the match, but neither child is in the match.

The Lionesses proved victorious, taking the match by a 2-1 final score.

Here’s another photo from today.

See you on Tuesday for the Commonwealth Games.

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