What's better than winning a medal? Winning a medal from Kate Middleton,
After a long stretch of seeing the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge out at every 2012 Olympics event this summer, the royal couple have been reprising their sporting sightseeing at the 2012 Paralympics, which kicked off in London last week.
But for a busy princess, toting along your husband is optional. On Sunday, Catherine headed to rowing, catching the competition next to her new friend, William's first cousin Lady Louise Windsor to watch as team GB mixed coxed four claimed rowing gold at Eton Dorney. Later, she got gussied up for more formal duties: handing out two medals, one to Great Britain's discus thrower Aled Davies.
Clad in a navy double-breasted blazer, a navy pencil skirt, a team GB scarf and her favorite navy Stuart Weitzman Corkswoon wedges, the duchess beamed as she doled out the gold in front of a cheering audience at Olympic Stadium. (Davies, who was born with limited bones in his right leg, later tweeted that Kate was "such a lovely person!")
Attention Catherine: we officially invite you to come bestow us with our "Best Blogger" medals.
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— Aled Davies (@AledDavies2012) September 2, 2012