After arriving in Northern Ireland wearing a recycled red Carolina Herrera coat dress with L.K. Bennett boots, Kate Middleton changed into a sportier look to visit the Irish Football Association in Windsor Park in Belfast.
As part of their visit to Ballymena, the couple also visited St Joseph's SureStart centre in the Dunclug area of the town, which supports parents with children aged under four years.
When Alan then asked Kate if she and William, 36, are planning to expand their family, she joked that her husband may have reservations!
The Duchess of Cambridge bonded with fellow mothers over their parenting experiences during her visit to Ballymena on Thursday.
At one point, Kate and William even had a go at pulling pints behind the bar.
The charity uses visual arts to increase opportunities and develop skills for young people from all backgrounds.
She and Prince William are also the proud parents of three year old Princess Charlotte and five year old Prince George.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have touched down in Northern Ireland for a previously unannounced two-day visit.
The couple then talked to Emma Noble and Jack Francis, who played them a short film they recently made.
Inside they met former Olympian Mary Peters as well as a number of young people from her trust, which helps aspiring athletes.
There, the Duke and Duchess tried their hands at archery and kayaking.