Prince William & Kate Middleton Attend Investec Derby Day
Treating themselves to a day of equestrian excitement, Prince William and Kate Middleton were the center of attention at the Investec Derby Day at Epsom Downs Racecourse in Epsom, England on Saturday (June 4).
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined Prince Harry and Princess Beatrice (among a handful of fellow royals) to watch Queen Elizabeth's horse Carlton House compete at the annual event.
Making for the couple's first public appearance since returning from a Seychelles honeymoon, the two were well-dressed as Kate looked beautiful in a cream-toned jacket with matching skirt while William donned a black tailed jacket with matching top hat.
As for the race, Carlton House ended up placing in third with Pour Moi ending up being crowned the winner.
Earlier today, fans outside of Buckingham Palace got a rare glimpse of Prince William on horseback as he participated in a rehearsal for next week's "Trooping the Colour" event.
According to omg!, the public party is held in honor of Queen Elizabeth II's official birthday, which falls in the month of April. The British Royal family celebrates the date a few months later due to the better weather conditions in June.
Enjoying their new life of marital bliss, Prince William and Kate Middleton are currently featured on the cover of Vanity Fair's July issue.
The 28-year-old and 29-year-old newlyweds are the subject of a feature about their "New Life" together, and it seems very fairytale.
Additionally, the cover shot is a never-before-seen picture taken by Mario Testino shortly after Will and Kate announced their engagement.
The article also includes pictures of Will's mother Princess Diana, Prince Charles, and Prince Harry.
Late last month (May 24) the newly-crowned Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were photographed as they greeted President Barack Obama and the First Lady at Buckingham Palace.
Home from their honeymoon in the Seychelles, both William and Kate appeared happy to entertain the high-profile Americans during their visit to London.
When Barack and Michelle arrived, they were greeted by Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip and took a tour of the beautiful property.
From there, the Obamas were given a rare 41-gun salute by Scots Guards in red jackets who also performed a rendition of the Star-Spangled Banner.
Barack and Michelle stayed for two nights in a luxurious six-room suite- the same one William and Kate stayed in on their wedding night.
Pictures of Prince William and Kate Middleton greeting Barack and Michelle Obama at Buckingham Palace: PHOTO GALLERY
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