Princess Charlotte joins Duke & Duchess of Cambridge at Commonwealth Games

Princess Charlotte Duchess of Cambridge

Princess Charlotte, seven, joined her parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at the Commonwealth Games on Tuesday. (Getty Images)

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived in Birmingham on Tuesday to watch the latest sporting action on day five of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.

The royal couple announced on social media earlier this morning that they were on the way to the West Midlands.

Fresh from the weekend’s sporting events, where Prince William witnessed the Lionesses historic Euro 2022 win at Wembley, and the duchess helped Sir Ben Ainslie’s Great Britain team win a special Commonwealth race against New Zealand in Plymouth, the pair said they were “looking forward to an exciting day of sport.”

Prince William Kate Middleton and Princess Charlotte at the Commonwealth games

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and their daughter Princess Charlotte looked quite the stylish trio in a navy and white colour palette at the Commonwealth Games swimming heats on Tuesday. (Getty Images)

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were joined by their only daughter, and second eldest child Princess Charlotte, as the family started their day at the Sandwell Aquatics Centre in Smethwick to watch the swimming heats including the Men’s 50m Freestyle and Women’s 200m Butterfly.

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Kate, 40, wore a chic white suit for the day of sport, with an elegant blazer and tailored pair of trousers.

The sleek, fitted jacket is the same the Alexander McQueen Grain de Poudre wool blazer the duchess wore to the Windrush monument unveiling in June.

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