Kate Middleton Just Tried Her Hand at Golf and...It Did Not Go as Planned

Prince William and Kate Middleton had a royal engagement-packed day yesterday.

On Tuesday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the Cheesy Waffles Project in County Durham, which provides children, young people and adults with additional needs aged 7 to 35 with the skills to live happy and healthy lives. During the outing, the couple participated in a special golf session and took turns teeing off.

Lucky for us, both the duke and duchess were captured on film practicing their swings. And it seems like Kate might need a little more practice than her hubby because she completely missed the ball on the first attempt. However, it was all in good fun and the couple (as well as the audience) had a great laugh. Watch the clip below.

The organization holds a special place in the duke and duchess’s heart. In fact, it was one of the charities that benefitted from Kate and Will’s wedding fund almost a decade ago. The visit was perfectly timed, considering it took place just two days before the couple’s 10th anniversary.

Earlier in the day, the couple traveled to the English countryside, where they paid a visit to Manor Farm (which is located about 15 minutes outside of Darlington). While there, Prince William and Middleton tried their hand at several typical farm activities, like driving a huge tractor and meeting the animals. They even took a lamb for a walk.

Don’t worry, Kate. We’re sure Prince William can give you some golf pointers.

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