We know there are several prerequisites to being a good royal: waving, smiling, shaking many hands, wearing many chic yet demure outfits, exiting hospitals post-birth looking #flawless.
Go ahead and add "playing cricket in heels" to that list.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived in Mumbai Sunday morning for a seven-day tour of India and Bhutan, and the royal couple wasted no time taking part in one of India's most beloved sports: cricket.
Wearing a floral and flowy grown by Mumbai designer Anita Dongre, Duchess Kate slayed on the cricket field in three-inch espadrille wedges.
"She batted, she fielded, she did everything!" said cricket legend and former India team captain Sachin Tendulkar, according to reports. During the Mumbai appearance, Will and Kate enjoyed bonding with children from local charities CHILDLINE, Magic Bus and Door Step, as well as breaking a light sweat in Oval Maidan park.
Earlier that morning, the royals paid their respects to those fallen in 2008's Mumbai terrorist attacks by laying a wreath at the Taj Hotel memorial.
For the memorial visit, Kate wore a red-printed peplum Alexander McQueen dress.
And their afternoon included a visit to Banganga Water Tank, where they could meet and admire the work of those involved with Operation Smile, which empowers and employs underprivileged women, children, and youth.
Sunday also will brought a dazzling Bollywood charity gala, where the Duchess stunned in a blue Jenny Packham gown, which was specially beaded in India in honor of the couple's royal tour.
"When Catherine and I were married, India was the first place on Catherine's list that she told me that she wanted to visit," Prince William said addressing the crowd. "Two children and five years later, we have finally made it – and we are both honored to be here."
We just love it when these two go on holiday.