Prince William and Kate Middleton showed rare PDA Wednesday at a charity polo match in Windsor.
The Duchess of Cambridge embraced her husband and gave him a sweet kiss on the cheek after his team won the tournament. The happy couple walked off the field with their arms wrapped around each other’s backs.
Middleton, 40, looked chic in an ivory Emilia Wickstead dress with black lining while William donned his white and navy polo uniform. Before the big win, the Prince arrived in a pair of white jeans and a blue dress shirt.
The royals were then photographed with the championship trophy as they laughed and celebrated the successful tournament — which raised over $1 million for numerous charities.
The event was a great way for the royal couple to get a lay of the land as they move from London to the town of Berkshire in Windsor.
The pair decided to relocate their family in order to be closer to the family and meet the needs of their growing children.
In addition, sources told Page Six that the move will also help William prepare for his role as the future King of England.
“Catherine’s parents, Mike and Carole, are only a few miles away in the village of Bucklebury, while Catherine’s sister, Pippa, and her husband, James, are looking for a new country home, too,” sources told Page Six in June. “The Middletons are all so close and William loves them… and of course, this move will allow William and Catherine to take on a far more senior role in the royal family.”
The royals share three children: Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4. Middleton has joked about possibly trying for one more kid.