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Published on Aug 30, 2013
The Duchess of Cambridge reveals her son Prince George is "very sweet" and sleeping well, as she made her first public appearance since giving birth, alongside Prince William, at the Anglesey "ultra" marathon. The Duchess of Cambridge has made her first public appearance since the birth of Prince George as she joined husband Prince William at an event on Anglesey. The new parents took time off from changing nappies and nursing their six-week old son, described as a "little rascal" by his father, to meet and speak to runners and organisers of a gruelling marathon event which takes place annually on the island. The Duchess wore black skinny jeans, a sage jacket and platform heels and was described as looking "absolutely gorgeous" by locals attending the event. It is expected to be one of the royal couple's final public engagements on Anglesey as the new father's time on the island comes to an end and the young family move to London. Prince William was acting as starter for the race, called the Ring O' Fire and described as an "ultra" marathon - a three-day, 135-mile foot race around the rugged coast of Anglesey. On a walkbout before the race, the royal couple shook hands and spoke to spectators at the event, the Duchess' long brown hair blowing about in the blustery wind beside the coast. The Duchess was introduced to Sarah Bingham, 38, from Twickenham, south west London, whose husband James is the founder of the race. Mrs Bingham, who is herself 37 weeks pregnant, said: "Kate said 'Congragtulations' and I was just saying about being on borrowed time at 37 weeks. "They are both really lovely people, really genuine. It was nice to speak to her after what Kate's just been through. She looks wonderful, doesn't she? "I said 'How's he (George) doing?' She said 'He's doing really well, he's with his grandma."
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