Duke and Duchess of Cambridge pull pints in Belfast

Friday, 01 Mar, 2019

Prince Harry might have to get prepared to move down a rung on the line of succession to the British throne because it appears his sister-in-law Kate Middleton is not done having babies.

Husband William wore a navy suit with a white shirt.

The couple were there to learn more about the work of Cinemagic - a charity that uses film, TV and digital technologies to inspire and educate young people.

Just kidding, that's a lot of young royals.

The Duke and Duchess stopped to chat with the crowds and accepted bunches of flowers from ecstatic fans.

The 37-year-old mother of three began a second day of engagements in Northern Ireland on Thursday by greeting well-wishers.

Their Royal Highnesses will see some of the different programmes that Sure Start provides to understand how the organisation supports parents and provides best practice for early years work.

Fans were quick to turn out to see Prince William and Kate once the visit was announced, with a large crowd waiting for them as they stepped from their auto.

Kate has a go at pulling a pint.

Kate accessorised with a nude Mulberry clutch bag as well as earrings (£2,100) and a matching pendant (£1,500) from Kiki McDonough, one of her favourite jewellery brands. Everyone is so fearless and strong in some of the places we go.

He watched the tap with a keen eye and commented "look at that bad boy", concluding: "Perfect...good enough for an advert".

The appearance at Empire Music Hall wrapped up an action-packed day of activities.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been vocal advocates for promoting mental health awareness and their next royal engagement is set to educate the royals on how the resort is tackling the social and mental issues faced by people in Britain.

At Windsor Park they met Northern Ireland football manager Michael O'Neill and former Northern Ireland, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Pat Jennings, who won a record 119 caps for the national team.

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They are visiting Belfast, Fermanagh and Ballymena on the two-day trip which focuses on young people. Kate was given a canoe lesson, while the Duke of Cambridge tested his balance on a low-ropes assault course.

Prince William last visited Belfast in October 2017 without his wife, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, who was then pregnant with the couple's third child.