The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will fly to Auckland, where they will visit the Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) base in Whenuapai and have an informal meet and greet with base personnel and their families. Later, they will travel into the city centre, arriving at headquarters of Emirates Team New Zealand, and meeting participants of the many America’s Cup sailing race. There, Kate and William will be taken to two separate boats for some informal races against each other. They will go back into the harbour aboard a Sealegs, an amphibious vehicle that was invented in New Zealand before returning to the Air Force base and eventually Wellington.
A lesser seen photograph of Catherine Middleton whilst modelling for Really Wild Clothing at Blenheim Palace Game Fair, July 24th, 2004.
“She was very interested in the early years, nought to five year olds, which I guess is because she’s a new mother but also because she’s interested. She was at an engagement yesterday and they mentioned sexting. She was interested in what we do and my colleagues’ work on addiction. She has given us such a seal of approval in a very public manner, from a woman who is loved by the public and has become a mother herself. She wants to support us, it’s like a gift. She’s a very bright woman. At one point when I was speaking she was telling the person she was with ‘I hope you’re writing this down’. It’s not just a fly in and fly out. You can see this means something to her.” — The clinician and journalist Professor Tanya Byron, who gave a half-hour talk on cyber-bullying before chatting to the Duchess
The Duchess of Cambridge attended a forum on increasing children’s emotional strength against cyberbullying at Canary Wharf in London, November 20th 2013.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Only Connect HQ on November 19th, 2013.
Catherine with one of Prince George’s godmothers, Emilia d’Erlanger, back in 2007.