'Look of Love': Kate Middleton fans gush over her sparkling chemistry with Prince William at royal event
The newly appointed Prince and Princess of Wales visited the Copper Box Arena in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in East London to take part in an event with Coach Core, a program that trains young athletes to become coaches and boosts a whole new generation of athletes. At the event, the royal couple interacted with young people associated with the charity event and got a taste of some of the sports sessions offered.
But the one highlight of the event which delighted royal fans most was the Princess of Wales’ "look of love" for her loving husband. At the event, Kate was pictured giggling at her husband whilst he spoke. Posting the moment on social media, a user shared three images of gorgeous Kate looking at her husband with a big twinkling smile across her face and captioned it with 'Lovebirds!!!!'
Complementing the love of the couple, another user wrote, "The way the Princess of Wales is looking at her husband!" The third user shared a snap of Kate resting a hand on Prince William's back, writing, "Love seeing their subtle sweet gestures."
For the event, Catherine opted for an amazingly gorgeous Chanel 1995 trimmed double-breasted jacket, featuring CC-logo embossed buttons, contrasting trim, four front patch pockets, and crop sleeves. She completed her look with an elegant yet classy pair of black wide-leg trousers and a matching top and added a touch of glitz to her look with a dainty silver necklace. She complimented her look with black high heels. For the day, she kept her make-up subtle and dazzling with her brunette locks loose and curly.
Prince William boxing and other delights from this afternoon’s visit to Coach Core by the heir to the throne and the Princess of Wales. pic.twitter.com/C5ripFoRN0— Richard Palmer (@RoyalReporter) October 13, 2022
The now-independent Coach Core program was launched by William, Kate, and Prince Harry as part of the Royal Foundation in 2012. The sporting initiative, which is now an independent charity, was formed in response to the London riots and to capture the spirit of the London Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Addressing the rising talent at the event, the Prince of Wales said the couple was "as always, delighted to be here with you." "Sport has an incredible way of providing hope, connection, and opportunity, and when Coach Core was established ahead of the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2012, it was designed to use that power to help change young people's lives," he said.
The Prince of Wales added, "We all face barriers and challenges in life, and these can sometimes take incredible bravery to overcome. Not only have you faced these down, but you have also positively impacted the lives of others along the way and inspired many more. We are incredibly excited to see what the future holds for all of you."