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Monday, December 17, 2012

Glorious in green: Kate puts a tough few weeks behind her as she presents Sports Personality of the Year award


Top trio: The Duchess of Cambridge has the broadest smile of the three as she stands next to Sports Personality of the Year Bradley Wiggins, with David Beckham on the left

She was a passionate and dedicated cheerleader for our athletes during this summer’s Olympics and Paralympics.
And it seems nothing would stop the Duchess of Cambridge continuing that role last night – not even the crippling form of morning sickness that has plagued her for the last two weeks.
She made her first formal public appearance since her pregnancy was announced at he BBC Sports Personality of the Year ceremony in London, where she presented two awards.

Popular choice: Bradley Wiggins receives the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award from the Duchess of Cambridge

The Duchess of Cambridge walked out in an Alexander McQueen green dress matched with a striking smile as she presented chairman of the London Organising Committee for the Olympic Games Seb Coe with the Lifetime Achievement award.
She stayed on the stage throughout Coe's speech and was then on hand to present the Sports Personality of the Year award on to Bradley Wiggins.

Champion: Winner of Sports Personality of the Year 2012, Bradley Wiggins (left) gives his victory speech watched by The Duchess of Cambridge and second-placed Jessica Ennis (right)

Runner-up was Team GB heptathlete Jessica Ennis, who won gold in the 2012 Games, and in third place was tennis star Andy Murray, who also won gold at the London Olympics.
Her decision to honour the engagement after being forced to cancel her last four public appearances is a sign that the 30-year-old is slowly recovering after spending several days in hospital with hyperemesis gravidarum earlier this month.
Aides said the duchess, a Team GB Ambassador, was keen to attend to pay tribute to the achievements of British sportsmen and women in a remarkable year for British sport.

So close: The Duchess of Cambridge smiles as she stands alongside runner-up Jessica Ennis

source: dailymail

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