Caption Top: Not long to go: The Duchess is expecting her second child, which last month she admitted she could feel kicking during engagements
Caption Right: Perfect for George! Sir Ben Ainslie gave the Duchess a personalised Henri Lloyd t-shirt for Prince George emblazoned with his team's logo
Caption Left: The Duchess of Cambridge laughed as she turned the handle on a sailing winch simulator at the Spinnaker Tower, Gunwharf Quays, in Portsmouth.
As a British fashion icon, The Duchess of Cambridge was unlikely to let a trip to the seaside pass without it influencing her personal style.
The Trust's new building is currently under construction and includes a mural wall painted by children drawn from six local schools.
Earlier in the day, the Duchess of Cambridge joined the children for a spot of painting, creating her own picture of a sail boat on the communal artwork.
Ever fastidious, the Duchess was careful not to get her cream £810 Max Mara Studio coat splashed during the painting session but smiled broadly as she chatted to a group of youngsters as she left her mark on the wall.
The Duchess, who was also wearing a pair of £395 Jimmy Choo pumps, was also introduced to local artists, James Waterfield and My Dog Sighs.
The pair have been charged with overseeing the mural, which depicts the skyline from Portsmouth to Ryde and includes views of the Isle of Wight and the Solent. Click link for full post from The Daily Mail.
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