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Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Make Olympic Rounds

Wearing Team GB apparel, the royals continue to cheer on the Olympic hopefuls.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Team GB House.

ROYAL GOOD LUCK CHARM: Olympic royal support ensues as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge continue to make their rounds and cheer on Team GB hopefuls. Kate attended a few events by herself dressed in her navy Adidas Team GB fleece and Zara navy skinny jeans. She started off at track and field to watch Jessica Ennis, who won the gold in the women’s heptathalon. Kate then headed over to the Riverbank Arena Hockey Centre to watch Britain play against Pakistan.

Later that day, Prince William joined Kate, who wore a red Zara blazer with a polka dot blouse and black skinny jeans, at the Team GB House to thank the Olympic volunteers. Together they headed to the Aquatics Centre, where they cheered on Rebecca Adlington in the women’s 800-meter freestyle final. Adlington finished third, earning her a second bronze medal.

This story first appeared in the August 6, 2012 issue of WWD.  Subscribe Today.

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On Sunday, Kate supported British gymnasts Louis Smith and Max Whitlock, who won the silver and bronze medals, respectively, on the pommel horse. Kate, in her Team GB fleece and skinny jeans, sat front row next to the Team GB gymnasts.

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