The Duchess of Cambridge made another public appearance on Wednesday afternoon and this time, she was talking sport.
Kate Middleton, who is around 16 weeks pregnant and has only recently returned to the spotlight after suffering from acute morning sickness, visited a SportsAid event in Brentford, West London alongside Olympic swimmer Keri-Anne Payne and Paralympic star David Weir CBE.
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She toured the GSK Human Performance Lab in a belted plum coat by Goat and chatted to the sports stars as they demonstrated their training techniques.
Clearly, she thought this young girl deserved a pat on the back...
The duchess has been a patron of SportsAid, a charity which supports young men and women succeed in their careers in sport, since 2013.
After chatting to the athletes, Kate took part in a cognitive test captured in an Instagram video by Clarence House - and she passed!
"Finally, something I can do while I am pregnant!" she reportedly said.