She has already shown the world that she could play volleyball in heels but Kate Middleton now seems to have got this expertise in other games as well.
The Duchess of Cambridge took Christchurch in style when she played a game of cricket in heels on the eighth day of royal tour on 14 April.
Christchurch is the last leg of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's royal tour of New Zealand. Prince William, Kate Middleton and royal baby George will retire privately for a day in the country before embarking on their next leg of tour, Australia, on 16 April.
Kate played the game in Christchurch during a promotional event for the upcoming Cricket World Cup, which will take place in the city in 2015.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge played the game along with school children.
Stunningly dressed in scarlet skirt suit and black platform suede heels, the 32-year-old Duchess stunned onlookers with her sports skills.
William and Kate also had other engagements during the day in Christchurch. After receiving a traditional welcome to the city council buildings, the royal couple first laid rocks at a memorial site for victims of the Christchurch earthquake of 2011.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also met the families of people killed in the earthquake and witnessed the city's reconstruction programme and viewed its plans for the future.
Later, Their Royal Highnesses officially opened a visitor's centre at the city's Botanical Gardens besides visiting Christchurch's air force museum, the Wigram Airbase Museum and the Transitional Cathedral.
At the air force museum, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also unveiled a plaque at the Royal New Zealand Air Force memorial wall.
Have a look at Kate's dress from her last engagement in New Zealand in pictures below.