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Kate Middleton wows crowds with her incredibly toned arms – here's how she works them

The Duchess has an intense routine

The Duchess of Cambridge wore a beautiful white Emilia Wickstead dress to support Prince William at his charity polo match on Wednesday, but it wasn't just her dress that captured public attention.

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The sleeveless gown showed off Duchess Kate's incredibly toned arms and had fans of the royal wondering how she gets her biceps looking so incredibly sculpted – luckily, much is known about Prince William's wife's workout routine, so we have a good idea how to achieve arms like the mum-of-three.

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The Duchess is reportedly a big fan of weight training, so it's no surprise her muscles are impressive. Her passion for tennis will help with her toned arms too.

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Tennis helps to tone muscles and build strength, so Duchess Kate's commitment to being on the courts likely contributes to her envy-inducing arms.

The royal's love of CrossFit will also help with her impressive arms; the high-intensity interval training includes push-ups, shoulder presses and overhead squats, all known to shape the arms.

Duchess Kate wowed with her toned arms

Exercises to try for toned arms like Duchess Kate's

Push-ups for sculpted arms

"Push-ups use resistance and your own body strength to build your arm muscles, which will help to create a more sculpted look," says Gemma, a trainer at London studio Barrecore.

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Push-ups work your biceps, triceps, shoulders, chest, back and abs for an all-rounder move for a sculpted upper body.

The Duchess of Cambridge does a variety of workouts for her slender arms

Planks for muscular arms

"Planks strengthen the upper body which will give a more muscular aesthetic," says Gemma.

Tricep dips for toned arms

The Duchess' arms look incredible from every angle, a testament to the fact she doesn't neglect any area in her workouts. "Tricep dips tone the back of the arms whilst building shoulder strength," says Gemma.

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