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Kate Middleton Wears a Fit-and-Flare Dress to Play Soccer

I'm a little embarrassed to admit that I've never been very interested in the Olympics. Every four years I really do try. With all good intentions, I attempt to watch some of it live. But, five minutes in, my eyes will glaze over and I flip the channel back to Gossip Girl and check the scores later online.

Despite my lack of enthusiasm for the competitions themselves, I do have high hopes for all the celebratory events surrounding this summer's games. Not only are most of the participant's Opening Ceremony outfits designer-made, but London is hosting the games. Which pretty much guarantees an onslaught of Kate Middleton outfits. (And probably a fair amount from Pippa, too.)

The Duchess of Cambridge is already out and about more often than usual, making all sorts of Olympics-themed appearances—just last week, she attended an exhibit opening wearing a blue Stella sheath. Today, she was spotted again, during a sports festival at Bacon College. Unlike the last time she was photographed being athletic, K-Mid choose a dress for the occasion. Unfortunately the piece (which came from high-street store Hobbs) is already sold out, but I've found similar options for her entire outfit online. Click through the slideshow below to shop them all now and stay tuned for even more Middleton sister style over the next few weeks.

Photo: AP Images

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