The Duchess of Sussex made her second glamorous appearance at Wimbledon since the famous tournament started last week, and we love her latest outfit! Prince Harry’s wife dressed for the weather on Wednesday and wore a khaki shirt when she went to the polo. Accessorizing to perfection, she added aviator glasses and wore her shiny hair in a sleek and straight style while enjoying the sun. The Duchess of Cambridge was also seen during the event, wearing a beautiful pink patterned dress with a red Mulberry bag that she was wearing. The King Power Royal Charity Polo Day took place at Billingbear Polo Club in Wokingham, Surrey and was held in honor of the deceased Leicester City owner Khun Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, who died in a helicopter crash last October.
The last time the former Meghan went to the polo was in July last year. The ‘mother-of-one’ was the embodiment of summer style as she watched her then husband Prince Harry in the Sentebale Polo Cup in the Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club, supporting children living with HIV and AIDS in Africa.
Meghan looked radiant as she encouraged Harry from the sidelines, wearing a beautiful navy dress by Carolina Herrera, which she combined with a pair of beautiful Aquazzura nude shoes. The royal is decorated with a pair of stylish sunglasses, simple diamond earrings and a raffia clutch for the occasion.
According to Best In The Country you have to dress in a special way when you go to the polo. “It is often referred to as the ‘Sport of Kings’, polo is an essential part of the English social season and is often associated with the royal family. But the dress code for polo has become somewhat looser at local competitions over the years. if polo-spectator has to wear depends on the location and occasion. For a polo-shirt with a local background, the spectator’s clothing is much more relaxed than the big competitions. “
High heels are discouraged – for a very good reason! “Stay away from high heels – keep in mind that you often sit on grass and stomping into divots will be a bit difficult with stilettos. If you have to wear heels then choose wedges – they are much more practical while you have a little extra height “