The Duchess of Cambridge is famed for her love of sport with the royal sure to have been picked first at school for everything from netball and hockey matches to swimming marathons.
So it wasn't surprising to see the royal get competitive, as she and Prince William tried their hand at some Irish sports during their recent three-day tour of the country.
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On Thursday (March 5), the couple became the first members of the royal family to visit a Gaelic Athletic Association club where they joined in on Gaelic football drills and had a go at hurling.
At the Salthill Knocknacarra GAA club in Galway, the duo demonstrated their competitive spirit by splitting into two teams with Kate representing the girls and William doing it for the boys.
As per every sporting engagement, the Duchess of Cambridge wasted no time in getting stuck in.
From disappointed "Ooos!" to triumphant laughs with her teammates, please allow these photographs to bring a smile to your face.
Whilst the couple were busy enjoying the final day of their debut tour of Ireland, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex made their first joint appearance since stepping down from their royal duties.
On Thursday evening, Harry and Meghan reunited in London for the 2020 Endeavour Fund Awards as they prepare to undergo their last handful of engagements.
This article originally appeared on marie claire Australia.