Kate Middleton managed to look both effortlessly stylish and practical as she stepped out in a chic blue midi dress for a family day out at the polo on Sunday.
And the off the shoulder number, which featured button down detailing and a neat tie-waist, came at a very reasonable price tag.
The Duchess of Cambridge’s blue and white striped summer dress, can be picked up at high street retailer Zara for the bargain price of £39.99 and is still available to buy here.
Kate completed her look with a pair of nude Russell & Bromley wedges.
Despite the height of nude heels, Kate had no trouble keeping up with George and Charlotte and their cousins Isla and Savannah Phillips.
Charlotte almost threatened to steal the show with her impressive handstand as the family supported the Duke of Cambridge who took part in the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy match at Beaufort Polo Club, Gloucestershire.
While big brother George hinted he could follow his dad’s footsteps into the military career as he played with a toy gun during their day out.
Charlotte almost stole the show with her energetic performance (Image: PA)
Kate Middleton wears ice blue McQueen dress and towering Juliette Botterill hat for Trooping the Colour
It was a rare appearance for mum-of-three Kate as since the birth of youngest son, Prince Louis, she has only made two public appearances.
But the Royal Family turned out in force on Saturday for the Trooping the Colour ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
The Duchess of Cambridge joined Prince William and other senior members of the Royal Family at Buckingham Palace to celebrate the Queen’s 92nd birthday.