Watch Kate Middleton and Prince William Serve Up Beers Behind the Bar at Belfast Music Hall
The royal mom of three pulled the perfect pint of Harp Lager
There are two new royal barbacks at the Empire Music Hall in Belfast, Northern Ireland!
Kate Middleton and Prince William got behind the bar at the music hall, each taking a turn as bartender.
The royal mom of three pulled the perfect pint of Harp Lager — an Irish staple — as a growing crowd erupted into applause. William then took his turn at a pour.
The royal couple capped off a busy day that saw them perform soccer drills, canoe races and other outdoor activities.
The evening bash celebrates young people making a difference in the country in the business, arts and sport sectors – and include a performance by the band LARKS.
Kate wore a shimmering dress by Missoni, featuring a midi-length pleated skirt and sheer sleeves – and the light green color pays homage to their host country.
Kate had own brew of beer named after her just before her royal wedding to Prince William in 2011. Castle Rock Brewery in Nottingham debuted the pale ale called “Kiss Me Kate.”
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“Kiss Me Kate will be elegant, tasteful and British to the core,” head brewer Adrian Redgrove said at the time. The limited brew was available in pubs around Britain ahead of the couple’s nuptials.