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Kate Middleton Wears Stella McCartney To Olympics Exhibition



The London 2012 Olympic sare now just days away, and Kate Middleton got into the spirit of things by visiting an exhibition of photographs of the London 2012 stars at the National Portrait Gallery.

The ‘Road To 2012: Aiming High’ exhibition opens to the public later today but the Duchess of Cambridge was treated to a sneak preview in London this morning.

And what we were of course most interested in was what Kate was wearing. In keeping with the Olympics theme, Kate wore an electric blue dress by Stella McCartney, who has also designed the Team GB uniforms for London 2012.

And now, I am loving Kate Middleton’s style even more as she finished off her look with a statement gold hoop necklace and a pair of Prada heels.

I’ve been doing that for years – the statement necklace on  a plain outfit, not the Prada heels. I wish!

Kate looked relaxed and happy to return to the National Portrait Gallery, of which she is patron and where she carried out her first solo public engagement, without Prince William, was there back in February.

She also has a formal Middleton and Prince William will receive the Olympic torch at Buckingham Palace as the famous flame makes its way to its final destination in Stratford.

What do you think of Kate Middleton’s electric blue role with the Olympics as an ambassador for Team GB and Paralympics GB. 

On Thursday, July 26, Kate Stella McCartney dress? Will you be buying a statement necklace now?

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