Prince William and wife Kate were together last night to visit with rugby players and executives at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium. William, vice patron of the Welsh Rugby Union, and Kate first attended a reception for the Welsh Rugby Charitable Trust, which supports injured players, and said hello to the First Minister of Wales Carwyn Jones. After some meeting and greeting, William and Kate took their seats to watch the match between Wales and New Zealand.
Kate was decked out in a red L.K.Bennett coat and carrying a Gucci clutch for the occasion and evidently was quite fond of the Bennett piece — she kept it on during the reception, while most others removed their outerwear. Despite Prince William and Kate's support, the Welsh team lost to visiting New Zealand 33 to 10. Kate has a busy week ahead, as she's due to attended Tuesday's opening of a new gallery at London's Natural History Museum.
Kate Middleton attended a Welsh rugby game.
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Kate Middleton and Prince William attended the Autumn International rugby match between Wales and New Zealand at the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff.
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Prince William talked with former players and beneficiaries of the Charitable Trust in Cardiff.
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Kate Middleton wore an L.K.Bennett coat.
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Prince William spoke before a rugby match in Cardiff.
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Kate Middleton and Prince William met with rugby fans before a match in Cardiff.
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