01 March, 2019
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's surprise visit to Northern Ireland saw the royal pair take on a whole host of public engagements, from canoeing to pulling pints.
Kate didn't just greet fans, she also helped with a hairstyle!
The couple arrived in Belfast this lunchtime, beginning their itinerary at Windsor Park football stadium where they heard about outreach campaigns including Ahead of the Game and Shooting Stars, run by the Irish Football Association.
She teamed the light jacket with black sports leggings and pair of navy New Balance Fresh Foam Cruz trainers (£80).
While there, the duchess put on her bartending cap and hopped behind the bar to pour the flawless pint of Harp Ice - an Irish lager created in 1960 by Guinness in its Great Northern Brewery in Dundalk, Ireland.
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The sparkling outfit was a playful change from the Duchess of Cambridge's daytime look; earlier, she wore workout gear and sneakers under a red Carolina Herrera coat dress to play outside with local children.
The mother-of-three stunned in a £1,590 Missoni metallic-knit wrap dress, which she paired with her signature Gianvito suede stilettos, costing £505, and a nude Mulberry clutch.
Prince William appeared to take the challenge seriously, tilting the pint glass and watching the tap intently before exclaiming "Look at that bad boy!" as he admired his work.
They started Thursday with a private meeting with officers and staff from the Police Service of Northern Ireland at Hillsborough Castle, Co Down.
Their next stop was the Braid Arts Centre, where they visited the charity Cinemagic, who use film, television and digital technologies to engage with over 500,000 young people.