Rain or shine, nothing can cease Kate Middleton‘s impeccable fashion.
Sheltered beneath a big umbrella, the Princess of Wales was the final word woman in pink as she cheered England on to victory over Papa New Guinea’s nationwide group on the Rugby League World Cup Quarterfinals on the DW Stadium in Wigan, England on Nov. 5. Kate, 40, bundled up in a protracted scarlet-colored Alexander McQueen coat over a burgundy turtleneck. She accomplished the autumnal ensemble with suede boots, pearl earrings by Annoushka Ducas and woolen pink poppy pin to point out her assist of the armed forces forward of the UK’s Remembrance Day on Nov. 11.
Previous to kickoff, Kate met with gamers of each groups on the sphere and took half in a minute of “non-silence” held to mark the match’s Movember Psychological Health Match Day.
The sport marked Kate’s first rugby match since she took over from Prince Harry because the patron of the Rugby Soccer League and the Rugby Soccer Union earlier this yr. The Duke of Sussex had beforehand held the place since 2016 when he took over from the late Queen Elizabeth II.