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Princess of Wales reveals surprising weakness – ‘I was terrible’

Despite consistently giving the impression that she could be an expert at anything she tries her hand at, the Princess of Wales revealed on Saturday that this wasn’t the case.

The royal traveled to Wigan to watch the Rugby League World Cup quarterfinal game between England and Papua New Guinea, which England won 46-6. Catherine met with volunteers from the Rugby League World Cup Social Impact Programme during the halftime break. This organization works to enhance the lives of people who reside in the towns and cities where World Cup games are held.


Kate attended the rugby match on Saturday
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The Princess began conversing with Susan Hill after receiving a variety of gifts from volunteers, including soaps and knitted hats.

But despite Susan’s abilities, it seems that Catherine herself isn’t very good at it.

She admitted, “I tried knitting once and I was awful at it, so I’ll have to come for lessons,” to which Susan retorted, “It’s easy when you know how.”

We can’t help but wonder what the mother-of-three had attempted to knit—possibly a unique little present for one of her kids.


The sporty royal has a lot of other talents
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Catherine wore an eye-catching coat designed by Alexander McQueen to the game that featured a lipstick red hue, a traditional tailored silhouette, a double-breasted fit with black buttons, a longline shape, and a sleek finish.

Before Remembrance Sunday, she wore a remembrance poppy badge on her coat’s left lapel as a sign of support for the military community.

She covered the stylish royal in an additional layer of warmth for the outdoor event by wearing the radiant outerwear with a dusty red pleated skirt and a crimson high-neck knit.


The Princess of Wales is patron of the Rugby Football League
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Princess Kate put on some darkly hued heeled boots, a crucial winter shoe essential, to elevate her rugby-ready attire.

The royal chose to wear few accessories, letting her sleek coat’s striking color take center stage. She walked onto the rugby field to greet the players while holding a black umbrella to protect her dewy makeup and silky hair from the rain.

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