It’s only been three months since Kate Middleton have given birth to Prince George, and she looked amazing when she played volleyball during her visit to a SportsAid Athlete Workshop at the Copper Box at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London on Friday, Oct 18.
Arriving at the premises wearing a breton striped top from Ralph Lauren, a navy-blue military blazer, jeggings from J Brand, and a pair of Stuart Weitzman wedges, the 31-year-old duchess flaunted her impressive volleyball skills and her stunning post-baby figure.
After watching some of the young athletes playing fencing, badminton and wheelchair basketball, Kate met a few volleyball players are agreed to have a game with them saying them she’ll try her best.
Kate’s best turned out to be great, though she dropped the ball on her last attempt, she eventually managed to volley it numerous times before that, and that too in heeled wedges! She however, declined to take part in badminton and a fencing match, saying it would be difficult for her to play on those shoes.
Toby French, 18, a volleyball player from Chelmsford told Us Weekly that the duchess is a natural and the way she played, one can easily tell that she’s sporty.
Later, Kate, who is married to Prince William, joined several athletes and their parents for some educational workshop about nutrition, media and guidance from Olympians and Paralympians, which includes Ade Adepitan, Katherine Grainger, and Karen Pickering.
Kate is the patron of the SportsAid charity, which is directed at recognizing and helping young British athletes to reach their full potential. Established in 1976, SportsAid has offered financial assistance and support to many talented men and women athletes, including two-thirds of the Team GB at the 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games.