Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, may be pregnant with her third child, but she isn’t letting that slow her down.
Middleton, who spent the first few months of her pregnancy on bed rest suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum, a severe form of morning sickness, is apparently making up for lost time. She has been spotted out and about at train stations, dinners, and now off-roading with her husband.
That’s right, the pregnant duchess hopped into a Land Rover driven by Prince William over an obstacle course for fun.
According to People, the couple was on hand at a Land Rover event to meet with British mountain rescue teams who were there to train at the car company’s factory in Birmingham, England.
The royal couple first met with staff and apprentices who work with Jaguar Land Rover, along with other company leaders, before meeting with the rescue teams.
As a former helicopter pilot, Prince William was also keen to meet with the rescue teams as he is a big supporter of the mountain rescue organizations around England. As People noted he even worked closely with them as a search and rescue pilot while serving in the Royal Air Force.
William and Kate then got behind the wheel of a Land Rover to try their hand at the company’s test course, which they passed with flying colors.
The pregnant daredevils then continued on their way to Aston Villa’s soccer ground where they met with members of the Coach Core mentoring program. The program, which William is a supporter of, helps mold young coaches into inspirational leaders for their teams and build skills to both mentor and tutor local students both on and off the field.
But don’t worry, the parents didn’t forget about their two children at home, as they were gifted two adorably tiny jerseys by the London-based West Ham team meant for little George and Charlotte.