People.com Royals Watch Kate Middleton Show Off Her Hair Braiding Skills on a Young Theater Student Kate's got the magic touch! By Michelle Tauber Michelle Tauber Twitter Michelle Tauber is the Senior Editor overseeing Royals coverage at PEOPLE. She has been covering the royal family for PEOPLE since 2000, including William and Kate's wedding, Meghan and Harry's wedding and the births of the royal children. Formerly PEOPLE's first and only Head Writer, she has written a record-breaking 250+ cover stories spanning celebrity, crime and human interest. A graduate of the University of Florida, she lives in Orlando. People Editorial Guidelines Published on February 28, 2019 09:28 AM Share Tweet Pin Email From bar tender to hair dresser! On the second stop of her second day in Northern Ireland alongside Prince William, mom of three Kate Middleton joined a group of children at Cinemagic, a charity that uses film, television and digital technologies to help more than 500,000 young people. During a makeup and storyboard demonstration with children from Malvern Primary School, Kate tried her hand at braiding the hair of a young performer in heavy makeup and stage prosthetics alongside two young helpers. The previous evening, Kate took a very different hands-on role, hopping behind the bar to pull a perfect pint at the Empire Music Hall in Belfast while wearing a shimmering green $2,500 Missoni dress. Jeff J Mitchell - WPA Pool/Getty Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images Kate Middleton and Prince William in Belfast on February 27, 2019. Samir Hussein/WireImage Kate and Prince William kicked off their second day of the brief tour with a private meeting with officers and staff from the Police Service in Northern Ireland to hear about the challenges they face. Kate wore a navy dress by one of her favorite designers, Jenny Packham, paired with heirloom sapphire earrings from her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana. To bundle up in the chill, Kate chose a belted, caped Mulberry coat. Kate Middleton. Tim Rooke/REX/Shutterstock The couple will wrap up the day with a visit to Sure Start, a program that supports parents with children age four living in disadvantaged areas in Northern Ireland.