The Duchess of Cambridge makes her first official public appearance at the start of the 135-mile Ring O' Fire marathon in Anglesey, saying that Prince George is with his grandmother.
Kate Middleton looked stunning in skinny jeans and green jacket as she accompanied Prince William at the start of the 135-mile Ring O' Fire marathon in Anglesey, North Wales on August 30. Flashing friendly smile, the Duchess of Cambridge looked happy as she attended the event.
Kate apparently has regained her pre-baby body only one month after giving birth. At the Friday event, she wore a loose Zara top, Ralph Lauren green blazer and skinny jeans. She opted for a pair of wedges despite the uneven ground.
The Duchess approached local children who were at the event and received presents from them. Speaking to a pregnant well-wisher, Kate revealed that her mother Carole has come to take care of the 6-week-old Prince George. "He's very well, thank you. He's with granny at the moment. He's sleeping well but I know these things suddenly change," she told Sarah Bingham whose baby is due in 3 weeks.
"We are getting through a lot of these I can tell you. But we could always do with some more," Prince William, who received a bag of wet-wipes from 24-year-old Stacey Blake, said. "They seem down to earth, you know. I thought they might find it fun," Blake commented on the royal couple, as quoted by Daily Mail.
A park warden at Holyhead Breakwater Country Park, where William rang a bell to start the marathon, also had a chat with the Duchess and he said that she was "genuinely interested" in taking some walk around the area, "especially after the baby." He added, "She said she wants to get back into shape. I said, 'You don't need to worry about that.' She looked great."