The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, always looks camera ready—whether she's hitting the red carpet or travelling the world.
Track Kate Middleton's style file—from her star-studded (and trend-starting) wedding to her latest looks in 2016.
Kate wore a green Dolce & Gabbana dress to visit the Kelowna University during their Royal Tour of Canada on September 27, 2016.
HRH wore this beautiful red dress by Preen by Thornton Bregazzi while attending a reception at Government House, on the Royal tour of Canada.
To brave the rain Kate revealed weather-appropriate knee-high boots paired with a collared shirt and blue sweater.
The Duchess wore Alexander McQueen for her second outfit of the Royal Tour of Canada.
Kate wore a blue Jenny Packham dress to kick off The Royal Tour of Canada.
Kate wore a blue, printed Altuzarra dress in September 2016, accessorizing with L. K. Bennett heels and clutch.
On a visit to mental health charity Young Minds UK, Kate wore a scarlett dress by L. K. Bennett.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore a favourite, L. K. Bennett, from head to toe. We've even seen this dress on Kate before!
Kate wore this stunning dress by Alexander McQueen to take in Andy Murray's win at Wimbledon in 2016.
At the 2016 Wimbledon tournament, Kate chose a bright yellow dress—a piece she wore to an event in Australia in 2014.
Kate joined in on the shoulder-baring trend, wearing this gorgeous white dress at the Natural History Museum in London.
At the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme, Kate wore a poppy on her elegant collared lace dress.
At the Royal Ascot horse racing event in England, Kate chose a crisp, white, lace Dolce and Gabbana number.
To celebrate Queen Elizabeth's 90th birthday, the duchess wore a beautiful blue coat dress by Catherine Walker.
Kate stunned in this royal blue dress at a SportsAid event in June, 2016.
We love the outdoorsy feeling of Kate's appearance in British Vogue's 100 year anniversary issue.
Here she is in a simple striped top in British Vogue's Centennial issue.
The Duke and Duchess sat on 'Diana's bench' infront of the Taj Mahal, where Princess Diana posed for photos during a 1992 tour. Kate wore a simple frock from Naeem Khan's 2015 Resort collection.
Kate is wearing a traditional Bhutanese look to attend a welcome procession in Bhutan's capital, Thimphu, and to later try archery, the country's national sport. Her "skirt" is actually a half-kira that has been elegantly paired with a Paul and Joe wool cape.
Kate attended the Bihu Festival celebrations in an Anna Sui silk chiffon maxi dress from the designer's fall 2015 collection.
Kate is sporting olive biker trousers from Zara and a ruffled button-down by RM Williams at Kaziranga National Park.
Kate narrowly missed a Marilyn-moment with this white Emilia Wickstead dress.
Kate wore a gorgeous two-piece ensemble by Temperley London in black and white for the Queen’s 90th birthday celebration in India.
Kate wore a prinited red maxi dress by Anita Dongre for the royal tour in India.
Kate wore this stunning green Temperley London dress as she continued the royal tour in India.
Kate kicked off the royal India tour with this red, printed number by Alexander McQueen.
Kate wore Indian designer Anita Dongre and tried her hand at cricket while wearing this gorgeous printed midi dress.
Kate kept it simple while she fed elephants at Kaziranga National Park in this Boho-chic Topshop dress. The dress is accented with black embroidery and tassel-tipped ties.
Kate wore one of her go-to designers, Jenny Packham, for her first formal, evening event in India.
This stunning royal blue dress with sheer detailing was a lovely look on the Duchess.
Kate wore an Alexander McQueen coat dress for the christening of Charlotte. The fit and flare style stayed true to Kate's preferred silhouette and the Jane Taylor hat completed the look.
Kate looked glamorous in Jenny Packham as she attended the London premiere of James Bond's Spectre.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore this lovely floral printed Erdem dress in late 2015.
The dress that launched a thousand lace-sleeved copy cats. Catherine married Prince William in a Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen gown fit for a princess.
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Do you have five minutes? Tony Horton, personal trainer and founder of the P90X home fitness program, says that’s all you need to get a great workout using only your body weight
With your hands and feet on the floor, your arms parallel and shoulder-width apart, and your legs straight behind you, lower your body toward the floor (keeping your arms at your sides), then push up to return to a plank position. Repeat. Modification: Hold a plank position with your arms straight and shoulder-width apart. Focus: Chest, shoulders, triceps and abs. Reps: Do as many as you can with good technique. Tip: If you do pushups on your knees, you won’t engage your core. If you can’t lower your body all the way down in standard pushup form, Horton recommends doing a half or mini pushup instead.
Modification: Marching on the spot, jumping jacks and boxing moves such as cross hooks or uppercuts Focus: Raising your heart rate Reps: Go as fast and as furiously as you can handle for one minute. Tip: There are no rules—just move your body as much and as fast as you can.
Lie on your back with your hands clasped behind your head, your knees bent and your feet lifted off the floor. Extend your right leg and reach your right elbow toward your left knee. Change to the opposite side, extending your left leg and reaching your left elbow toward your right knee. Continue changing sides, cycling your legs as if you’re on a stationary bike and always reaching your elbow toward the opposite knee. Modification: Any lie-down ab exercises, such as scissors or ticktocks (lift your legs straight toward the ceiling and move them in a circular motion, keeping your torso stable). Focus: Abdominal muscles Reps: Start with 20 reps and work up to 30. Tip: Every time you exhale during a move, contract your abs as much as possible. Always protect your lower back—if it hurts, try a different position.
From standing with your legs together, step your right leg forward until both legs are bent at 90-degree angles, making sure your front knee doesn’t extend past your ankle and keeping the weight on the right leg. Push off your right leg to return to starting position. Repeat on your left side. Modification: Squats, plie? squats, step-back lunges, or squats and lunges holding dumbbells Focus: Leg muscles Reps: Start with 20 reps and work up to 30. Tip: For a more advanced workout, perform the exercise plyometrically by incorporating jumps into the lunges.