Kate MiddletonRecently, the duchess showed her sporting side during a visit Plymouth in Devon. The duchess was attending the Great Britain Sail Grand Prix and wore appropriate attire!
Middleton’s Sporty Sailing Looks
Middleton arrived wearing a navy blue and white stripe sweater paired with white linen shorts, gold buttons, and gold hoop earrings. This nautical-inspired outfit was quickly replaced by a more suitable for high seas.
The Duchess of Cambridge was seen in a gray baseball cap, a life jacket and a wetsuit. Royal fans enjoyed seeing the Duchess dressed up in official sailing team uniform.
Her Work with the 1851 Trust
Middleton was joined by Sir Ben Ainslie (the most successful sailor of Olympic history) and the rest the Great Britain crew at the docks. Middleton was invited to participate in a friendly race. “Commonwealth Race”New Zealand is located around the south coast England.
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Before boarding a catamaran with the rest of the team, Middleton met with young people who were taking part in the 1851 Trust’s activities to promote sustainability. The group learnt about seagrass, a key component in combating climate change. Middleton is a patron for the 1851 Trust. It was founded by Ainslie. This organization aims to inspire young people through science and technology.
The Duke and Duchess Of Cambridge Give Their Love of Sailing to Children
This isn’t the first time Middleton has taken part in a sailing race. In 2019, she and her husband Prince William competed against each other in a charity event where they served as skippers in a race to win the King’s Cup. The trophy was first presented by King George V at Cowes’ Royal Yacht Squadron in 1920.
Neither royal won the trophy, but William’s team did finish before Middleton’s. At the award ceremony, the duchess was presented with a large wooden spoon: the prize typically given to a captain who’s team finished in last place.
This love of sailing is being passed on to the royal couple by their three children. “They are very much a family of sailors now,” A source has previously said Vanity Fair. “Kate has always been a competent sailor, and William’s pretty good too. They have enjoyed some wonderful time on the coast this summer sailing and showing the children how to steer and sail a boat.”
Sources said that Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince William are involved in the project. “good swimmers”Who had “no qualms about jumping into the sea even if it was a bit fresh.” It looks like they’ll be the next round of royals taking part in these sailing races!