March 15 - Prince William and his pregnant wife Kate brave the rainy weather for a day at the races for the Cheltenham Gold Cup. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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STORY: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge headed to the races on Friday for the Cheltenham Gold Cup.
Kate, five months pregnant, and William watched as Bobs Worth, the 11-4 favorite, battled to victory in the highlight race of the four-day festival.
Hiding her bump under a blush colored Joseph coat, Kate accessorized with a dark chocolate brown bow trimmed Betty Boop hat from Lock & Co, brown gloves, brown patterned tights and knee high brown boots.
William was spotted browsing the race program, and was seen slipping on a pair of spectacles before a race.
The couple were also on hand to cheer on Monbeg Dude - the race horse owned by rugby star Mike Tindall, who is married to William's cousin Zara Phillips. Tindall's horse took on its biggest challenge to date by running in the Cheltenham Gold Cup.
Alas, it wasn't to be. Monbeg Dude pulled up at the second-to-last fence and failed to finish.
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