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8 August 2019, 16:13
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge competed today in The King’s Cup on the Isle of Wight, and Prince George was there to support his parents.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge looked well-rested following their family holiday, and were even joined by their eldest son, Prince George, for the occasion.
While a sporty Kate and William competed in the charity race, 6-year-old George watched from a nearby boat.
The future King looked adorable as he sported a captain's hat, cheering on his parents with his grandfather, Michael Middleton.
It looks like George has lost his front baby teeth, as the little one showed off the adorable gaps with a big smile.
Princess Charlotte was also on the boat with her brother, and looked the spitting image of mother Kate in a blue and white striped ensemble and lifejacket.
The race is a charity event, which sees eight boats compete to win The King's Cup.
Each of these boats represent one of the Royal Highnesses’ eight charities, which include Child Bereavement UK, London’s Air Ambulance and Centrepoint.
For the race, William and Kate acted as skippers on two of the boats.
The public were invited to watch the race, as families and friends gather around the area to get a glimpse of the couple competing.
Other stars taking part in the race included Bear Grylls, Helen Glover and John Bishop.
Earlier in the day, before changing into their sailing ensembles, Kate looked glamorous as ever, teaming a striped t-shirt with a pair of wide-leg navy trousers, and finishing the look with her favourite Superga trainers.
Kate’s top was a Sandro number, available for £135, and trousers by L.K. Bennett trousers, which are on sale for £150.
William also looked smart in a blue suit jacket and matching shirt before changing for the event.