The Duchess of Cambridge sported a nautical look ahead of the Great Britain Sail Grand Prix
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The Duchess of Cambridge joins the British team aboard her F50 foiling catamaran for a friendly ‘Commonwealth Race’ against her New Zealand rivals ahead of the final day of the Great Britain Sail Grand Prix on 31 July 2022. (Photo by Jeff Gilbert/POOL/AFP) (Photo by JEFF GILBERT/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)
Kate competed in a friendly Commonwealth Race against New Zealand on the Sunday before the Great Britain Sail Grand Prix.
Before donning her wetsuit, the Duchess sported a nautical look with a striped jumper and white shorts.
The Duchess of Cambridge spent the day at sea with the 1851 Trust and Team Great Britain.
In the pseudo-Commonwealth race, Team GB defeated Team New Zealand during the fast-paced race around the Devon coast.
During her visit on Sunday, Kate also attended a workshop aimed at “helping young people with skills and knowledge to understand climate science and take positive action”.
After a day on the water alongside Sir Ben Ainslie and the team, the Duchess tweeted: “It’s safe to say the world’s first climate friendly sport is fast, frenetic and highly competitive!”
- Kate Middleton is 40 years old
- She and her family will soon be moving from London to Windsor.
- She is married to Prince William, Duke of Cambridge.
- Before marrying the prince, she worked in the fashion industry.
- Her net worth is US$10 million (around £8.2 million).
Catherine Elizabeth Middleton was born on January 9, 1982 in Reading.
Her family moved to Jordan in the Middle East in 1984 and she attended an English-language kindergarten.
In 1986 her family returned to Berkshire and she attended St Andrew’s School – where she sometimes attended boarding school.
Her family moved to Bucklebury in 1995 and she subsequently moved to Downe House School.
She later began boarding at Marlborough College and became captain of the ice hockey team.
After being offered a place at the University of Edinburgh, she decided to study for a year at the British Institute of Florence in Italy.
Kate later worked as a seaman in Southampton before beginning her studies in Art History at the University of St Andrews in Scotland, graduating in 2005.
During her studies she worked part-time as a waitress and received a gold Duke of Edinburgh Award.
Your charity work: In 2007, Kate curated a photo exhibition to coincide with the book launch of Alistair Morrison’s Time to Reflect.
The collected donations went to UNICEF.
In 2008, she made many trips to Naomi’s House Hospice to read to the children – she also took gifts with her.
Later that same year, she organized an ’80s-style roller skating disco which raised £100,000 – the money split between Oxford Children’s Hospital and Place2Be.
While working for her family’s company in 2011, Kate launched the company’s Junior brand for toddlers and began working with the Starlight Children’s Foundation.
She also helped plan the Boodles Boxing Ball, which raised money for the charity.
Your money: Corresponding celebrity net worthKate Middelton has a net worth of $10 million (around £8.2 million).
Your characteristics: Kate and her family have been living in an apartment in London’s Kensington Palace since 2017.
The palace is a tourist attraction for those who want to explore the gardens and exhibitions.
However, they will now be moving to Adelaide Cottage – which is set on a 655-acre royal estate in Windsor.
The four bedroom Grade II listed building will be unstaffed and will be a short walk from Windsor Castle and St George’s Chapel
They are expected to move in in time for their three children to start school in September.
The couple also own a 10-bedroom country house in Norfolk, which was a wedding present from the Queen in 2011.
Your Relationships: Kate met now-husband William Mountbatten-Windsor in 2001 when they were both students at the University of St Andrews. The couple began dating in 2003.
After graduating from university, she took part in Williams Passing Out Parade at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst on 15 December 2006.
The couple briefly separated in 2007, but reconciled after Kate and her family attended the July 2007 concert for Diana.
On May 17, 2008, Kate attended the wedding of William’s cousin Peter Phillips and met the Queen for the first time.
The couple moved into a cottage on the Bodorgan Estate in Anglesey in June 2010.
William proposed to Kate in October 2010 while they were on a 10-day trip to Kenya – and the engagement was announced on November 16, 2010.
William gave Kate the engagement ring that had belonged to his late mother Diana, Princess of Wales.
The couple were married in Westminster Abbey on April 29, 2011, the day being declared a bank holiday in the UK.
On December 3, 2012, St. James’s Palace announced that Kate was pregnant with their first child.
Prince George was born on July 22, 2013 at St. Mary’s Hospital in London.
She gave birth to Princess Charlotte on May 2, 2015 and Prince Louis on April 23, 2018.