See Prince William and Kate Middleton’s Parents Attend Royal Ascot


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The Royal Ascot is still a family affair for Prince William.

As Kate Middleton continues to seek preventative chemotherapy treatment, her parents Carole Middleton and Michael Middleton joined the Prince of Wales at the annual horse racing event on June 19.

Per tradition, William wore a top hat and a three-piece suit, which he paired with a blue patterned tie and a purple boutonniere. Keeping with the floral theme, Carole donned a light blue dress adorned with periwinkles and a matching fascinator, while her husband opted for the conventional waistcoat as well as striped trousers and a black hat.

At one point during the day, William, 41, sweetly held his mother-in-law’s hand as he led her across the green lawn. He was also seen chatting with cousins Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie and Zara Tindall.

The outing came less than a week after Kate, 42, made her first public appearance since sharing her cancer diagnosis in March. At the Trooping the Colours ceremony on June 15, the Princess of Wales—clad in a black-and-white Jenny Packham dress paired with a Philip Treacy hat—accompanied William and their kids Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 9, and Prince Louis, 6, on the Buckingham Palace balcony to watch the Royal Air Force flypast.

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