After showing off their soccer skills at Windsor Park Stadium in Belfast on Wednesday, they continued their day of sporty fun at the Roscor Youth Village in Fermanagh, where the charity Extern provides young people referred by social workers with a safe space to learn and have fun.
The couple faced off against each other in a canoe race, where William’s boat clinched the victory. Despite falling short, the royal mom flashed a big smile while wearing her helmet and holding her paddle.
Kate also tried her hand at archery, while William conquered a ropes course as the children supported him and cheered him on.
In addition to these outdoor activities, children at the Roscor Youth Village also learn skills like cooking and managing a budget.
Kate, 37, and William, 34, are in Northern Ireland for a two-day tour.
After arriving to Windsor Park Stadium in Belfast on Wednesday in a bright red coat dress by Carolina Herrera – a recycled piece that she previously wore on her 2016 tour of Canada! – along with black tights and lace-up booties, the royal mom made a quick outfit change before heading out onto the field with young athletes.
Kate wore athletic pants, a blue lightweight jacket over a white sweater with blue and red stripes and New Balance sneakers – and tied her hair back into a ponytail – to take part in a soccer practice with young girls.
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The couple are set to finish the day back in Belfast at the Empire Music Hall, where they’ll attend a party celebrating young adults making a difference in Northern Ireland, complete with a performance by the band LARKS.