Duchess Catherine has revealed that Prince George thinks she's "rubbish" at football, while visiting Belfast today with her husband Prince William.
While chatting with secondary school students at Windsor Park football stadium the Duchess admitted her own children don't think much of her football skills.
According to The Telegraph, five-year-old Prince George is currently learning to play football and has told and tells the Duchess of Cambridge, "Mummy, you're so rubbish".
Joking that she "should have picked up some tips from George," when she revealed she be joining in on a match.
It seems Prince William was also in the mood for a little laugh.
While the royal couple joined in on a friendly match with primary school children, William was overheard warning the kids of his wife's ball tactics: "Look out, she goes for the ankles!"
The pair also left with gifts for their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, 3 and ten-month-old Prince Louis – personalised Northern Ireland team shirts.
The Cambridges' visit was to highlight the Irish Football Association's (IFA) 'Shooting Stars' outreach program, which encourages young girls to play football along with the 'Ahead of the Game' which works to support clubs and volunteers dealing with mental health issues.
The Duchess arrived in a vibrant red Carolina Herrera coat, before changing into active-wear to get involved in the football drills and non-competitive match with the kids.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's visit is part of a two-day trip to Northern Ireland to celebrate the young people of Northern Ireland.
Wednesday's engagements all had a strong focus on the positive impact that sport, nature and the outdoors can have on childhood development and improved physical and mental health for all.
Following their visit to Windsor Park, William and Kate headed to Fermanagh to see the incredible work the charity Extern is doing at their Roscor Youth Village, a residential activity centre for children.
The site provides a safe space to help and support young people, with a particular emphasis on outdoor activities and developing independent living skills such as managing a small budget, cooking and maintaining a living space.
During their visit they took part in a canoe race, with Prince William's team taking the victory, as well joining children for archery.
To finish their first day, the Duke and Duchess headed back to Belfast, making a stylish entrance at the Belfast Empire Music Hall where are party was held to celebrate young people who are making a difference in Northern Ireland.
Kate stunned in a beautiful shimmery mint Missoni dress, accessorised with nude heels and clutch, while William looked dashing in a dark blue suit.
The fun-loving couple got the party started by both pulling a pint of beer at the bar.
WATCH: Duchess Catherine pulls a pint in Northern Ireland. Story continues below...
The royal trip to Northern Ireland follows a week of rest for the couple, after they took last week off to spend time with their children, while their two oldest were on mid-term break.
The Duchess was spotted with George and Charlotte at a luxury hotel in Norfolk, near their country home Anmer Hal, where the royal youngsters had a ball, swimming and playing in the hotel's pool.
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