Kate Middleton Shows Off Soccer Skills in Northern Ireland -- See the Pics!

Kate Middleton in Belfast
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Kate Middleton is showing off her sporty side!

The Duchess of Cambridge paid a visit to the National Football Stadium at Windsor Park in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on Wednesday, where she played soccer with a group of young girls from Irish Football Association's "Shooting Stars" program.

The mother of three was all smiles during the event, rockin' her game face and at one point calling all the girls in for a group huddle.

Kate Middleton in Belfast
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Judging from the other pics and videos we've seen, it looks like Kate was a natural out there!

Kate Middleton in Belfast

The "Shooting Stars" program encourages young girls to play soccer, according to Kensington Palace, and works to support clubs and volunteers when dealing with mental health issues.

Prince William also joined in on the fun with Kate, officially kicking off day one of their royal tour of Northern Ireland.

Kate Middleton and Prince William in Belfast
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The two appeared to be having a blast, and even left with some souvenirs for their three kids, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis:

Earlier in the day, William and Kate met with Nothern Ireland goalkeeping legend Pat Jennings. Kate donned a red Carolina Herrera coat, while William kept it classy in a blue suit.

They also got a closer look at the British Championship trophy, which Northern Ireland won in 1984:

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