Kate Middleton Puts 'Baby Brain' To The Test At SportsAid Event - VIDEO

Kate Middleton put her 'baby brain' to the test at an all-day event for charity SportsAid earlier today.

The pregnant Duchess of Cambridge, 32, was caught on camera testing her cognitive ability as she made a solo public engagement at the GSK Human Performance Lab in Brentford, West London.

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Prince George’s mother, who recently announced she was expecting her second child with husband Prince William, joked that it was ‘something you can do when you’re pregnant,’ reports the Mirror Online.

She added that she ‘should have had her husband here’ as she tested her hand/eye co-ordination, with a scientist at the lab saying that she did ‘quite well’ despite not finishing the test.

The pregnant Duchess was visiting the ground-breaking research lab as her role of Patron of SportsAid, a charity that supports sports stars in the early days of their careers.

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She spent the afternoon with the next generation of young athletes that are hoping to compete at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.  


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Catherine left her one-year-old son Prince George at home for the day – presumably with his Spanish nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo – for her charity visit.

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But it was recently announced that the pair, alongside George’s father Prince William, are set to hop across the pond for a family visit to New York City.

The trio are expected to visit the Big Apple later this year to announce their new wildlife charity overseas.

The royal family’s itinerary has yet to be announced but if their Australian Royal Tour is anything to go by, they’ll certainly be paying a visit to Central Park Zoo!

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