Kate Middleton brought her sporty style to Northern Ireland! 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, People reported.
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.
The Irish Football Association’s “Shooting Stars” program encourages girls to play soccer, while “Ahead of the Game” works to support clubs and volunteers when dealing with mental health issues, a cause close to Kate and Prince William‘s hearts.
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⚽💚 The Irish Football Association @NorthernIreland is working to promote, foster and develop youth football for all in Northern Ireland, creating a fun, safe and inclusive culture — The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined them to find out more about their work at grassroots level, including the Shooting Stars programme encouraging young girls to play football, and Ahead of the Game — which supports clubs and volunteers when dealing with mental health issues with a focus on challenging the stigma and preventative measures. #NorthernIreland #RoyalVisitIreland #Belfast