Prince George and Princess Charlotte were Prince William and Kate Middleton’s biggest cheerleaders as the royal couple took part in an eight-boat sailing regatta on the Isle of Wight Thursday.
Middleton definitely looked the part as she set sail in a cap, jacket, and shorts for the inaugural King’s Cup race around Cowes, with her son George, 6, looking adorable in a sailor’s hat and a striped shirt.
Middleton’s parents Michael and Carole watched from a separate boat.
The race, which the royals had to reschedule from Friday due to bad weather, is being held to raise awareness and funds for eight of their royal highnesses’ patronages.
The winning team will be awarded the King’s Cup, a historic trophy first presented by King George V at Cowes’ Royal Yacht Squadron in 1920.
The charities being represented this year include Child Bereavement UK, Centrepoint, London’s Air Ambulance Charity 30th Anniversary Campaign, and Tusk — four of which are the duke’s patronages.
Middleton is also supporting four of her patronages: Action on Addiction, Place2Be, the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, and the Royal Foundation.
Bear Grylls and team Tusk Trust came in first. TV presenter Dan Snow and London’s Air Ambulance Charity were in second, with William and Child Bereavement UK taking third.
Kate and The Royal Foundation came in last and were awarded a giant wooden spoon for the honour.