Ahoy there, Kate! Sporty Duchess shows off her toned legs in shorts

Ahoy there, Kate! Sporty Duchess shows off her toned legs in shorts, a £45 white Gill Marine polo shirt and £40 Superga trainers as she joins William at a sailing regatta in the Bahamas

  • Kate Middleton, 40, was at her sporty best in shorts and a white polo shirt
  • The Duchess of Cambridge joined Prince William at a sailing regatta
  • Kate finished her look with a pair of white trainers from go-to brand Superga 

The Duchess of Cambridge looked at her sporty best in shorts and a white polo shirt as she joined Prince William at a royal regatta in the Bahamas on Friday. 

Kate, 40, showed off her slender legs in a pair of simple khaki shorts which she tied with a woven brown belt as she arrived at Montagu Beach in Nassau. 

Keeping her look suitably nautical, the Duchess opted for a £45 plain white polo shirt from sailing label Gill Marine and finished the outfit with a pair of £40 white trainers from Superga. 

Setting sail! The Duchess of Cambridge looked at her sporty best in shorts and a white polo shirt as she joined Prince William at a royal regatta in the Bahamas on Friday

Casual Kate! The Duchess, 40, showed off her slender legs in a pair of simple khaki shorts which she tied with a woven brown belt as she arrived at Montagu Beach in Nassau

Wrapping up! Once on board the Duchess of Cambridge threw on a waterproof jacket

Meanwhile William, 39, dressed down in a pair of shorts, bright blue shirt and boat shoes for the outing, which threatened being cancelled due to bad weather. 

Despite the threat of rain, the Duchess chose to keep her brunette locks loose around her shoulders, a favoured hairstyle for this royal tour. 

The couple had a quick turnaround this morning after dressing up for a visit to Sybil Strachan Primary School Nassau. 

The Duchess of Cambridge cut an elegant figure in a £350 dress from trendy brand Self Portrait, which featured puff sleeves and pleated detail across the bodice. 

Nice and nautical: The Duchess opted for a plain white polo shirt and finished the outfit with a pair of white trainers


Natural beauty: Kate wore her brunette locks loose around her shoulders for the outing

Rolling up his sleeves! William, 39, dressed down in a pair of shorts, bright blue shirt and boat shoes for the outing, which threatened being cancelled due to bad weather

She paired the gown with her £525 white Jimmy Choo heels, and a £57 pair of gold dangling earrings from a local designer, Nadia Irena.

Keeping her look simple, Kate opted for minimal jewellery, opting for gold earrings from the Bahamian designer.

The style is described online as ‘a summer staple’ which is ‘easy and light enough to wear year round’.

The dress is described online as adding ‘bursts of femininity and elegance’ with a ‘beautifully crafted from luxurious materials’.

Give us a wave, Kate! The Duchess beamed as they were greeted by cheering crowds

Sun-kissed: Kate’s shorts revealed she has caught a tan during her week in the Caribbean 

A royal wave! Kate and William were met with cheers as they arrived at Montagu Beach

Practical: The Duchess of Cambridge pulled her brunette locks into a cap once on board

Hardy! The Duchess didn’t let the rain dampen her spirits and pulled on a raincoat

The Duchess has previously worn the label, dazzling in a tailored £400 white gown from the brand as she hosted an event to thank those who worked on her Hold Still project this evening last year .

The royal couple were snapped sheltering from the pouring rain under colourful umbrellas as they arrived at the school.

During the visit, the Duchess delivered a poignant speech about missing family and friends during the Covid-19 pandemic.  

Pretty in pastel: Earlier the Duchess of Cambridge cut an elegant figure as she opted for a £350 pastel green dress as she arrived at her first engagement in the Bahamas

What a rain! Kate Middleton, 40, was joined by Prince William as she arrived at the Sybil Strachan Primary School Nassau, where they dropped in on a class to meet pupils and staff

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