She and husband Prince William continued their tour of Oz today (18 April) by visiting Manly Beach on Sydney's north shore.
Kate looked typically beautiful as the Royal couple met young lifeguards in a bid to promote Australian Surf Life-Saving Clubs.
Wearing a white broderie anglaise dress by Australian designer Zimmerman teamed with beige Russell & Bromley wedge heels, she didn't seem to falter once walking on the tricky terrain - despite being advised to change into flats... That's our girl!
During the official visit, the Duke, 31, and Duchess, 32, watched activities such as beach flag racing, swimming races and boarding.
They were also gifted a surfboard for bonny Prince George, which they posed beside with Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott.
As well as meeting chuffed life savers, the pair chatted to fans who had turned up to catch a glimpse of the high profile new parents.
The same day, they also had a close encounter with some sheep at Sydney's Easter Show and visited a children's hospice.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent more than an hour at Bear Cottage Hospice in the beach suburb of Manly, meeting nine young patients and their families.
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