The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended Day 4 of Royal Ascot on Friday.
They led the royal procession at Ascot Racecourse by riding in the first carriage.
Prince William helped the Duchess alight from the carriage.
Kate appeared to enjoy her time in the Royal Box mingling with guests.
The royal couple latter presented jockey Christophe Soumillon his winnings for taking first place in The Commonwealth Cup race.
The Duchess wore a classic polka dot dress by Alessandra Rich from the designer’s spring 2019 collection. ID by Middleton Maven.
A look at the back.
The white and brown silk crepe de chine dress features a mock neck, asymmetric hem, puffed long sleeves with button cuff, a ruffled overlay at the left shoulder, buttons at the left shoulder, and a self belt.
Kate complemented the dress with a brown Sally-Ann Provan 'Naeva' boater hat trimmed with handmade silk duchesse origami flowers. She had the straw hat customized with a solid brim.
The Duchess carried a a brown suede foldover clutch we have not seen before.
She coordinated it with brown suede pumps. The logo on the sole does not match the Gianvito Rossi signature, and it's currently unrecognizable.
Kate completed the look with the diamond and pearl drop earrings that belonged to the late Diana, Princess of Wales.
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