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Boat Trip: Kate Middleton's Stylish First Royal Engagement

24/02/2011 16:10 | Updated 22 May 2015

Prince William and Kate Middleton were all smiles at the first official royal engagement in Wales. Photo: PA

Kate Middleton was picture-perfect as she stepped out with Prince William today for their first official royal engagement.

The soon-to-be-married couple visited an RNLI lifeboat station for a service of dedication in Trearddur Bay in Anglesey, North Wales.

And Kate donned a chocolate-trimmed camel coat, with matching tights and black ankle boots, all topped off with a gorgeous fascinator by Philip Treacy, the man she's asked to create headwear for the royal wedding party.

Ready for her close-up: Kate's makeup was soft and natural for her first official royal duty. Photo: PA

While Kate cracked open a bottle of bubbles on the bow of a new inflatable boat, Prince William addressed the 2,000-strong crowd, and paid tribute to the rescuers working in Christchurch, New Zealand, helping to clear up after the tragic earthquake.

Very bubbly: A happy-looking Kate cracked open a bottle of Champers - spraying her beau Prince William. Photo: PA

The search and rescue helicopter pilot thanked the volunteer search and rescue teams for their continued life-saving work.

Kate looked fab in a trendy camel coat. Photo: PA

The pair looked totally relaxed on the podium together, as well as when they were mixing with the crowd. Don't they make a gorgeous couple?

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