Kate Middleton, Prince William Wear Matching Team Shirts, Receive Identical Shirts for Princess Charlotte, Prince George: Pics

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Prince William and Kate Middleton attended the America's Cup World Series on July 26.  Karwai Tang/WireImage

Royal repeat? Kate Middleton and Prince William sported matching navy and red team shirts by Henri Lloyd at the America’s Cup World Series in Portsmouth, England, on Sunday, July 26. 

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were all smiles at the sailing event as they greeted participants while wearing the identical ensembles with their titles embroidered on the back. 

William & Kate America's Cup Jackets
Kate Middleton and Prince William wore matching team shirts to the America’s Cup World Series on July 26. Luke MacGregor - WPA Pool/Getty Images

Kate, 33, wore her enviable hair up in a ponytail and looked trim just two months after giving birth to Princess Charlotte. 

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The proud parents received special gifts for their two tots, Princess Charlotte and Prince George. Kate accepted two jerseys printed by sisters Ella and Millie Morgan with her children’s names on them. 

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“She said they were very nice,” Ella said after meeting the Duchess. “She said, ‘I’m sure they will fit perfectly.'”

The couple also got bath toys for their kiddos, including wooden replicas of the Navy’s two new aircraft carriers, the Queen Elizabeth and the Prince of Wales. 

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Though everyone was excited to see the royals in attendance, two of the events’ races had to be canceled due to the forceful wind. 

“You can’t mess around with these boats, they are very powerful and if they go out of control there is carnage,” Land Rover BAR Racing team member Sir Ben Ainslie told BBC

The bad weather caused the royals’ itinerary to change throughout the day. 

“I think the whole plan has changed about 50 times since we arrived,” William joked to the guests at the event.

Though they couldn’t watch the races, Kate and William still had plenty to keep them busy during the visit. They reunited with New Zealand Team Chief Executive Grant Dalton, who raced with the couple during their royal tour of the country last year. They greeted a group of children who got to sail for the first time thanks to the organization 1851 Trust, of which Kate is the Royal Patron. They also presented the winners’ medals to the Land Rover BAR team. 

“This is an exciting and historic moment for British sailing, and The Duke and Duchess are grateful they can be a part of it,” a spokesman for Kensington Palace tells Us. “They hope that through the 1851 Trust, more young people who are inspired by what they see here will have the chance to get involved in the sport.”

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