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Kate Middleton Gets Sporty in a Pair of $8 Zara Culottes and Pulls Them Off Like a Pro


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Kate Middleton isn’t one to disappoint when it comes to her wardrobe, so it’ll come as no surprise that her latest outing has left us ogling with glee once again.

Stepping out in the UK to attend a SportsAid event on February 26, Kate looked ready for action as she came dressed in attire very appropriate to get a little sporty.

But in true form, Kate made her sporty ensemble high fashion with some very simple items.

While she may have started this week dressed in her glad rags(including a sparkly pair of Jimmy Choo heels!) attending a night at the theater, Kate was the opposite for the next engagement on her royal agenda.

As she arrived at London Stadium in the morning, Kate was seen in a chic all-green top and culotte ensemble, which she paired with a basic Smythe blazer and some chic Marks & Spencer sneakers ($50,

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The fresh white shoes had trimmings of green, which pulled together her sporty chic look to perfection.

While she can make any outfit look a million bucks, it turns out Kate’s oh-so-trendy pants are a $11 Zara steal! While the style has sold out, we’re still filled with the best kind of outfit inspiration. 

Kate delivered a stirring speech while at the stadium, explaining how important sport was in a child’s upbringing.

“SportsAid are a shining example of how organizations can reach out and listen to families, and provide the best support possible to enable their children to flourish,” she said.

“For all of you here, you go, and have gone, above and beyond the call of duty; you’ve committed your time and devotion to nurturing your children’s exceptional talents.

“She also referenced her own admiration for them as a parent herself, telling them that she knows “just how complex and time-consuming” their role is.

Sportsaid helps young British sportspeople to be the next Olympic, Paralympic, Commonwealth and World Champions, and helps over 1000 athletes each year.

This article originally appeared on our sister site, Now to Love

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