Presents for Kate Middleton and Prince William's little soccer team!
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Belfast, Northern Ireland on Wednesday, where they joined a soccer game with local schoolchildren and received special gifts for their own kids, Prince George, 5, Princess Charlotte, 3, and Prince Louis, 10 months: personalized green soccer shirts from the Irish Football Association.
William and Kate toured the recently developed Windsor Park stadium. They also took part in a canoeing race on Lough Erne, with William's boat declared the winner. The two also visited the Roscor Youth Village, run by the charity Extern, where Kate also helped assemble a tent and took part in a game of archery and where William walked across a low-ropes assault course, as children cheered him on.
During the visit, the two also learned about the Irish Football Association's community football projects, workshops and education courses, met people involved in an initiative aimed at encouraging women into taking on key decision-making roles within the game, and learned about the game of Powerchair, an adapted version of football for wheelchair users.
Kate wore a red wool Carolina Herrera coat, a cream sweater, black pants and black lace-up ankle boots as they arrived for their trip and William wore a suit. The two changed into casual outfits, with sneakers, while taking part in the activities. See more photos from their trip to Northern Ireland below.
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