Olympics 2012; Kate Middleton Stripped Down In Sleeveless White Team GB

Kate Middleton heavily looked very happy as she went on to the Marlborough College, supporting the British women’s hockey team yesterday. They won their first Olympic medal in 20 years, taking the tally of medals she has seen to ten. The girls came home in third to match their only other bronze medal at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics.

hides her face behind her long hair as the tension builds and right she is delighted at the result, Britain's best for 20 years

hides her face behind her long hair as the tension builds and right she is delighted at the result, Britain’s best for 20 years

Stripping down into a sleeveless white Team GB top which covers all around her neck, Kate Middleton jumped up and down cheered and clapped as the girls team was beating New Zealand 3-1 to win the bronze.

She looked very glamorous as she clapped on the girls’ team by wearing her favorite sports dress. She cheered with her million look smiles as they attended the celebration.

The Duchess of Cambridge and group share a joke as they enjoy the afternoon match

The Duchess of Cambridge and group share a joke as they enjoy the afternoon match

After the match she went onto pose for pictures to congratulate the players at the Riverbank Arena is Stratford, where she honored the players with awards and medals. She told the team, “Well done, I really enjoyed the game and the atmosphere.”

It was an emotional afternoon in particular for inspirational captain Kate Walsh, whose jaw was broken in the opening game against Japan.

At the Riverbank Plaza, she was accompanied with Dame Kelly Holmes, who also starred to appreciate the girls by clapping and cheering through out the game.

The Duchess of Cambridge was joined at the Riverbank Plaza by Dame Kelly Holmes and both women were delighted with the result. cheering and clapping throughout the game

The Duchess of Cambridge was joined at the Riverbank Plaza by Dame Kelly Holmes and both women were delighted with the result. cheering and clapping throughout the game

Fist scoring goal player Alex Danson, 27 said Kate had been “lovely. She came to see us afterwards and said congratulations,” she added.

“She said she desperately wanted to be a part of it today and see us get that win, which we’re just so proud that we were able to do. She used to play hockey at school and she’s got a hockey background so she could probably give us some tips. Her support has meant so much. To have Kate here makes me feel so proud to be British.”

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