Kate Middleton looks radiant as she sends video message to the British sailing team

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Kate Middleton has been seen looking radiant as she sent a video message to the British sailing team.

The Duchess of Cambridge, 38, flaunted her incredible, natural beauty as she wished the team good luck as they prepare for the “challenge of a lifetime” in the America’s Cup.

Kate, who is patron of the team’s official charity the 1851 Trust, wore an official team jacket, which was navy blue with an orange zip on.

Underneath the waterproof coat, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a white and black horizontal stripped top.

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She wore her stunning brunette locks in her signature wavy hairstyle with a side parting.

Kate, who recently stepped out in a stunning dress as she appeared with her family, let her natural beauty shine through as she wore minimal makeup for the video message.

Stood in front of an open green space, Kate wished good luck to Sir Ben Ainslie and the crew of INEOS TEAM UK ahead of the preliminary acing in the 36th America's Cup, which is the world's oldest sporting trophy.

She said: “Sir Ben Ainslie and his team are about to embark on the challenge of a lifetime – an attempt to win sport's oldest international trophy, the America's Cup.

“All the teams taking part have spent years preparing for the match and sailing fans around the world are waiting exciting showdown in March.”

Kate added how she hoped young people from all walks of life would be encouraged to “get out on the water” and a “new generation of sailing enthusiasts” would be inspired to take up the sport.

She added: “As all the teams prepare to take part in their first race, I want to wish them the very best of luck over the coming months.

“We will all be cheering you on.”

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Sir Ben replied: “We can't wait to get racing. This has been three years in the making.

“These remarkable America's Cup boats are so complex that the first racing in the America's Cup World Series will be a steep learning curve for all the teams.”

He then thanked Kate for her message and added he hoped the British public would get behind the crew in their bid for victory.

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