Why Kate Middleton and Prince William may not attend the Royal Ascot this year at all







Matthew Moore



The Duke i Duchess of Cambridge they are yet to appear at Royal Ascot this year, and given that two days have already passed, it is likely that they will not put it on at all.

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Unlike other family members who are especially enthusiastic about horse racing the queen, the event is not a favorite of the royal couple. This is partly due to the fact that the Duchess is in fact allergic to horses. Kate admitted this back in 2009 when Australian writer Kathy Lette asked why she doesn’t play polo, which led her to give recognition.

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Members of the royal family missed the first two days because they were on other engagements. Tuesday, para shockingly attended the memorial service to mark the fifth anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire, in which 72 people lost their lives.

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On the eve of the service, members of the royal family met privately with the survivors of the fire and those who lost their loved ones.

After a private meeting, William and Kate joined the assembly at the foot of Grenfell Tower in a service that included prayers, readings, and choir performances.

At the end of the memorial, they were invited to lay wreaths and flowers to pay their respects to the victims.

William and Kate attended the commemoration on Tuesday

On Wednesday, William met with members of the English women’s soccer team ahead of England, which is hosting the 2022 European Women’s Tournament.

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Many members of the royal family still landed in Berkshire for an event with Prince Charles and Camille leading a procession of carriages on Wednesday before the race began, riding in the first carriage with the Queen’s lord, Vice Admiral Sir Tony Johnstone-Burt.

Prince Edward and Sophie took their places in the second car, while Beatrice and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Moci shared the third car with Princess Alexandra and the Countess of Mountbatten of Burma.

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