It's officially been more than a week since Kate Middleton and her magnificent style touched down in New Zealand but the Duchess of Hotness has no plans of slowing down.
Prince George's mum took several swings with the bat during a game in the city's main square to promote the cricket world cup, which is being held in the city next year.
Even though the 32-year-old wasn't dressed for the part, Duchess Catherine managed to look perfectly at ease. (Remember, this is the woman who played a mean game of volleyball in wedge heels.)
Kate sported a red Luisa Spagnoli skirt suit with a peplum top and contrasting black belt: the official colours of the region of Canterbury. Kate actually bought the outfit in 2011 and first wore it during a visit to St. Andrews in March that year.
With her luscious hair in a half updo, Prince George's mum looked chic and ready to take on the game.
The match came after she and Prince William met the families of some of the 185 people who lost their lives in the earthquake that hit the city in Feb. 2011.
The Duke and Duchess later visited an air force museum and memorial wall.