Kate Middleton rocks vintage pink dress that reminds us of Princess Diana


The mum-of-three swung and missed twice, laughing at her mistakes.

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During their walkabout, the Duchess of Cambridge also revealed that Princess Charlotte "loves to dance" while speaking to a little girl.

On day three of her and Prince William's recent trip to Ireland, the royal duo got sporty.

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The couple had enjoyed a clifftop walk, were shown how to play the Irish sport of hurling and met performers, young people and volunteers taking part in this year's Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture events. One user pointed out the callousness the royal couple has allegedly exhibited in the past.

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The service at Westminster Abbey will be broadcast on BBC One and and across the world. The Duchess of Cambridge was supposed to attend the Tusk Awards back in November, but she canceled at the last minute due to her children.

Middleton, clad in black trousers and a cable-knit red-orange sweater, really, truly got her head in the game.

Earlier in the day, the royal couple visited Tig Coili, a family-owned, traditional Irish pub on King Street in Galway City Center.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge looked every inch the smitten kittens in a new photo, which was shared on the official Kensington Palace Instagram page on Friday morning.

This joke especially didn't sit well with some, as William and Kate are visiting Ireland until Thursday, shaking hands and meeting face-to-face with various people in the process.

Meanwhile, Middleton also made headlines this week after she was photographed seemingly hiding her growing baby bump while in Dublin, Ireland.