Kate Middleton stunned the crowd as she arrived in Plymouth for the global sailing championship this afternoon.
The Duchess of Cambridge joined the 1851 Trust and the Great Britain SailGP team for the second day of racing and is ready to take to the seas.
Before the race, Kate met with excited youngsters who explained about growing Seagress.
Carnegie Bedlow, 12, from St Helier in Jersey, said: “I was a little bit nervous but she did what I told her and she was very good. She asked me if I was interested in sailing. I do sailing camps in the summer, I love the ocean.”
Kate will be joining the British racing team on their F50 catamaran in a friendly ‘Commonwealth Race’ vs Team NZ with Sir Ben Ainslie.
The race, which will take place ahead of the official final day’s racing, will see Great Britain take on UN Patron for the Ocean Lewis Pugh alongside Peter Burling and Blair Tuke on the New Zealand F50, with the race commentated live in the official SailGP fan village.
Kate is the Royal Patron of the 1851 Trust, which is a charity that creates exciting and educational experiences for 11 to 16-year-olds revolving around sport and sustainability.
The trust has been named the ‘Race for the Future Purpose Partner’ of the GBR SailGP team.