Kate & William Watch Cycling & Goalball

 

Despite a late night at the Paralympic Opening Ceremony William & Kate arrived at the velodrome for the cycling event on day one of the Paralympic Games. They enthusiastically cheered on Team GB and watched as Sarah Storey broke a world record.

 
 

Kate clearly showed her support with a patriotic outfit, and opted for a red Team GB polo shirt which she paired with a casual pair of navy Zara skinny jeans.

The Duchess of Cambridge accessorized with her red Adidas Supernova Glide 4 Running Trainers (£87.11) and her Kiki McDonough ‘Grace’ earrings. She wore her hair in her famous trademark curled look.

 
 
 

 Later in the day

Kate headed over to the Aquatics Center to watch the swimming.

 

Kate Watches the Laser Radial Medal Race

The Duchess of Cambridge enjoyed her day out on the water and was joined by Sir Steve Redgrave, Princess Anne and her husband Sir Timothy Lawrence on a boat watching the female competitors in Weymouth.

After the race, Kate met the men’s sailing team.

Kate kept warm and wore her Team GB white, navy and red jacket with a white Team GB sporty polo shirt underneath.

She was also wearing her trusty navy Zara skinny jeans and new Adidas ‘Supernova Glide’ 4 red running shoes. Finishing off her outfit The Duchess wore her £145 Givenchy sunglasses and trademark pearl earrings.

Photo credit: Diana’s jewels

Her usual flowing curled locks were tied back in a pony tail for the occasion.

Update 10/22/2012

A couple close up/detailed pictures of Kate’s Team GB jacket. The jacket was never available for purchase. It was only given to Olympic athletes, their coaches and dignitaries.

 

The Royals Cheer On Team GB’s Equestrian Team

This afternoon, the royals came out in full force to cheer on Team GB’s equestrian team. Kate, William, Harry, Camilla, Bea and Eugenie all showed their support. Zara Phillips competed in the cross country run.

Zara completed her run in nine minutes and 55 seconds.

Kate dressed down in her navy blue J Brand 811 skinny jeans, her Team GB/Adidas white polo shirt and her navy Smythe blazer.
 

Her accessories included her black Stuart Weitzman ‘Corkswoon’ black wedges ($225 and available at zappos.com), her Givenchy SGV 761 (Was £145.00 on sale for £127.00) and a London 2012 Olympics Logo Pin on her lapel in Green ($8.95).

Update 7/31/2012
Thanks to WKW for the updated info. Kate’s shoes, are in fact, navy suede and not black as we had first thought. These are Stuart Weitzman made for Russell and Bromley called ‘Coco.’ They are available in store, but not yet online.
Per Russell & Bromley on Twitter ‘We can confirm that the Duchess wore Stuart Weitzman for Russell & Bromley SW Coco in Navy Suede to the Olympics yesterday.’

Kate, William & Harry Welcome the Olympic Torch

A smiling Kate, William and Harry were joined by 40 children from the Team GB Ambition Program as they watched Wai-Ming hand over the London 2012 Olympic Torch to John Hulse.

After travelling nearly 8,000 miles, the Olympic Torch was finally welcomed to Buckingham Palace and signalling the final countdown to the opening ceremony.

After the exchange, John Hulse carried it out of the palace towards Constitution Hill where it continued on to Hyde Park.

Kate looked sporty in a white polo shirt from Adidas (Team GB), but also chic in her skin- tight cobalt blue cropped pants from Zara (originally £35.99 and now on sale for £12.99). Her shoes were understated yet classy as she donned Stuart Weitzman ‘Corkswoon’ black wedges ($225 and available at zappos.com) to add height and some extra sex appeal to the ensemble.
Additional Information on Kate’s Shoes
Easy slip on

4 ½” heel, 1 ¼” platform
Patent leather
Leather footbed
Made in Spain