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Princess Kate Shows Off Her Muscles on A Night of Heroes



Princess Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, showed off her muscles last night at A Night of Heroes at the Imperial War Museum in London.

Known to love working out and keeping fit, the former Kate Middleton definitely has not been letting herself go since her wedding to Prince William. She seems to have stepped up her fitness regime since moving in to Kensington Palace, as she showed off super-toned biceps on the red carpet.

Dressed in a strapless black Alexander McQueen gown, Kate accessorised her simple dress with a spectacular diamond and ruby necklace.

A St James’s Palace spokesman said the necklace was “a wedding gift from a family friend who wishes to remain anonymous.”

Kate was accompanied to the event by her husband Prince William and his brother Prince Harry. Together with their father, Prince Charles, they created the awards night to recognise the achievements of people who serve in the Armed Forces.

Kate is well known for her love of exercise and regularly visits the gym to jog, use light weights and work out on the rowing machine to keep in shape.

So what do you think to Kate’s toned figure? Are her arms too muscled or do they look great on her?

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