Kate, 32, looked like she was having a fantastic time at the helm of a yacht in Auckland, New Zealand on Friday (11 April) – and no wonder, she won both races!
The royal couple joined America's Cup crews for two yacht races around Waitemata harbour, and it was Kate's team that came out on top both times.
Maybe that's not so surprising as Kate is known to be more than comfortable in the water. The brunette was a keen rower at university and often seen out on the water with her crew.
Kate and William, 31, arrived in New Zealand with their baby son George five days ago. It marks the duchess' first visit to the country.
Prince George, who was born in July 2013, embarked on his first-ever public engagement earlier this week when he joined his parents and a string of other babies at a children's playgroup in Wellington.
The engagement was reportedly designed so George could be introduced to the public in a relaxed way. It was organised by The Royal New Zealand Plunket Society, which provides advice and support to children under five in the country. It's estimated around 90% of children in New Zealand have benefited from the organisation.
Sadly for royal lovers (and baby lovers), that's the only time he's expected to appear on the couple's tour of Australia and New Zealand. A nanny has travelled with them to look after George during the day while his parents are out.
So far on the trip, the royal couple's engagements have included paying tribute to New Zealand's war dead by laying wreaths, touring a Great War exhibition owned by Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson, and unveiling a new portrait of The Queen at a state dinner at Government House.
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