After displaying her musical skills during a ukulele session at a London school, the Duchess of Cambridge turned to yet another artistic mode of expression — the paintbrush and the canvas. Kate Middleton stopped over the headquarters of Ben Ainslie Racing in Portsmouth as a part of her chores with the trust that spiritually stimulates young people to get into sailing.
The new trust edifice is presently under construction that has a mural wall painted by children from six local schools, and now they have the Duchess of Cambridge as well to be a part of that group. The Duchess was careful enough not to splash her £810 Max Mara Studio coat with paint. She always had a wide sparkling smile while yapping away with a group of youngsters as she left her mark on the wall. The Duchess, who was also wearing a £99 polka dot dress by Somerset by Alice Temperley and a pair of £395 Jimmy Choo pumps, was also introduced to local artists, James Waterfield and My Dog Sighs. The pair has been given the task of looking after the mural, which depicts the skyline from Portsmouth to Ryde and includes views of the Isle of Wight and the Solent.
In October 2014, it was announced that Middleton, who is now almost seven months pregnant, agreed to become patron of the America’s Cup bid’s associated 1851 Trust, a charity whose objective is to ensure future British wins by encouraging youngsters into the sport.
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