The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the Commonwealth Games for a second day to watch the athletics at Hampden Park in Glasgow on Tuesday.
After displaying every human emotion as she watched the hockey and gymnastics on Monday, Kate provided even more proof that she really is the best spectator when it comes to sport.
Kate also revealed she's pro at the game 'three tins' during a visit to the athlete's village. And no, she didn't bother taking her heels off...
Earlier on in the day, the duchess was seen cheering on the competitors alongside Prince William, his brother Harry and London 2012 Olympics organiser Seb Coe.
Always one to choose her outfit wisely, Kate was dressed in the appropriate colour for the Scottish event too and paired her £515 Stella McCartney shift dress with two of her wardrobe stapes - a navy Zara jacket and Stuart Weitzman cork wedges (previously worn to race William across the harbour in Auckland during the Royal Tour.)
Before arriving at the athletics stadium, Kate met a group of young athletes from SportsAid - a charity she is patron of.
Princes Harry and William also met with aspiring sports stars from Coach Core - an apprenticeship scheme set up by the Royal Foundation to inspire young people to become coaches.
Love seeing the royals out and about? With five more days of the Glasgow games left to go, there's sure to be more family days out before the end of the week.
And if you can't get enough of Kate's style, see plenty more shift dresses, blazers and perfectly blow-dried hair below:
William, Kate and Harry have been busy meeting and greeting...