Jolly boating weather! Kate and Prince William show off their yachting skills in the rain in new video from Bahamas regatta before final day’s events on their Caribbean tour
- A newly released video shows the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge embracing their competitive sides in race
- In the choppy waters, the duke sailed to victory in the race against Kate today during a rain-affected regatta
- His boat came in about five minutes ahead of four others including one featuring the Duchess of Cambridge
- In the video caption, the couple thanked the teams for their hospitality and for enduring the poor weather
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge embraced their competitive side during a boat race as they took park in ‘a very special regatta’ in the Bahamas ahead of their final day in the Caribbean.
Prince William and Kate greeted crowds and local fishermen as they walked along Montagu Bay in New Providence on the final stop of their Caribbean tour to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
The sailing regattas in The Bahamas is one of the first that has taken place since the start of the Covid pandemic and both William and Kate pitched in as they raced each other in separate yachts.
In a video shared on their Instagram, the couple thanked the teams for their hospitality and for enduring the poor weather.
The Caption read: ‘Taking to the sea yesterday for a very special regatta here in The Bahamas. Thank you to the crew for braving the rain! It was a close race…’
Kate was pictured wearing a white polo shirt and cream-coloured chino shorts, which she paired with her white Superga trainers that she previously wore in Belize, whilst William donned a casual blue shirt and black shorts.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge revealed their competitive side during a boat race as they took park in ‘a very special regatta’ in the Bahamas ahead of their final day in the Caribbean. Pictured: Kate gets stuck in despite the rainy weather
Safety first: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge don life jackets during the regatta in the Bahamas yesterday afternoon
William set sail in an iconic Bahamian sloop named the Susan Chase, whilst Kate boarded a vessel named the Ants Nest II
William and Kate wave to excited crowds as they attend The Bahamas Platinum Jubilee Sailing Regatta at Montagu Bay
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on their way to attend The Bahamas Platinum Jubilee Sailing Regatta at Montagu Bay
In the choppy waters, the duke sailed to victory in a race against Kate today during a rain-affected regatta in The Bahamas to celebrate the Queen’s jubilee.
William set sail in an iconic Bahamian sloop named the Susan Chase, whilst Kate boarded a vessel named the Ants Nest II. She also sported a white cap once she was on board with her crew mates that had the boat’s name on in red writing.
His boat came in about five minutes ahead of four others including one featuring the Duchess of Cambridge, who suffered the ignominy of coming in last with her crew.
It was a second consecutive victory for William, who beat his wife in the King’s Cup charity regatta off the Isle of Wight in 2019 when they last raced on the water. On that occasion her boat was disqualified.
Kate triumphed when the ultra competitive couple raced yachts in New Zealand in 2014.
Earlier, Kate was pictured holding a newborn baby during a royal walkabout with Prince William as the couple continued their protest-hit tour of the Caribbean with a visit to a school in the Bahamas amid torrential downpours.
The royal couple greeted crowds who gathered in Parliament Square before attending the colourful Junkanoo Carnival in Nassau to celebrate the monarch’s Platinum Jubilee alongside the Prime Minister of the Bahamas, Philip Davis, and his wife Ann-Marie.
Kate was pictured speaking to a mother in the crowd and cradling her baby’s head before the iconic street parade, which featured locals wearing colourful costumes and dancing to music.
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