Kate Middleton and Prince William Arrive at Commonwealth Games with Princess Charlotte

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Photo credit: CHRIS JACKSON - Getty Images
Photo credit: CHRIS JACKSON - Getty Images

The Cambridges finally made an appearance at the Commonwealth Games.

Duchess Kate and Prince William arrived at the sporting event today, and they brought along their young daughter, Princess Charlotte.

Photo credit: CHRIS JACKSON - Getty Images
Photo credit: CHRIS JACKSON - Getty Images

The seven-year-old sat next to her mother on the stands, and then between her mom and dad at one point. She looked adorable in a navy- and white-striped dress with a white peasant collar paired with strappy white sandals—her hair in braids held together by navy ties.

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Photo credit: OLI SCARFF - Getty Images

Kate matched her daughter's look in an all-white ensemble. The elegant outfit consisted of a structured blazer over a top, fitted trousers, and a belt with a silver buckle. She accessorized with round silver earrings and a matching necklace, and wore beige and black slingback flats.

Photo credit: CHRIS JACKSON - Getty Images
Photo credit: CHRIS JACKSON - Getty Images

William also coordinated with his daughter, wearing a classic navy suit jacket with beige buttons, a sky-blue dress shirt, beige pants, and brown shoes. His only accessory was a silver watch.

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Photo credit: Jacob King - PA Images - Getty Images

Charlotte was seen enjoying the sporting competition and making funny faces along the way—much like little brother Louis during the Platinum Jubilee celebrations for Queen Elizabeth II.

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Photo credit: Ian MacNicol - Getty Images

The Cambridges' attendance at the Commonwealth Games comes about a week after the event—which takes place every four years—began.

Photo credit: CHRIS JACKSON - Getty Images
Photo credit: CHRIS JACKSON - Getty Images

The multi-sport competition, which debuted in 1930, celebrates the diversity, humanity, and skill of the 56 Commonwealth member states. Often referred to as the Friendly Games, the event aims to unite the nations and inspire athletes to compete in the spirit of friendship.

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Photo credit: CHRIS JACKSON - Getty Images

This year, the games started on Thursday, July 28, and end Monday, August 8.

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