The Duchess of Cambridge pulls a pint in Missoni during night out in Belfast

By Meaghan Wray

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had a fun-filled day in Northern Ireland on Feb. 27, and Kate made sure to bring the glam! After a walkabout in bright red Carolina Herrera and a poignant sports outing in her puffer jacket and sneakers, the mother of three opted to sparkle for her night out at Belfast's Empire Music Hall.

Kate dazzled in Missoni. Photo: © Getty Images

For the informal party, celebrating inspirational young people in the Irish city, Duchess Kate turned heads in a sparkly sea foam green Missoni dress. She paired the ensemble with a pink Mulberry clutch, anchoring the look with one of her favourite pairs of pumps – her nude Gianvito Rossi's. Her hair got a quick refresh from her earlier sporty ponytail, as did her makeup with a bronzed cheek and a deeper smokey eye.

While at the historical music hall, the duchess put on her bartending cap and hopped behind the bar to pour the perfect pint of Harp Ice – an Irish lager created in 1960 by Guinness in its Great Northern Brewery in Dundalk, near the border of Northern Ireland.

Kate pulled the perfect pint! Photo: © Getty Images

The parents of Prince George, Princes Charlotte and Prince Louis surprised their royal fans with their quick two-day trip north. Leaving the kids at home after their week-long break from school, William and Kate kicked off their whirlwind tour with a walkabout and a visit to the National Stadium in Belfast for a day of sports. Afterwards, they stopped by Roscor Youth Village, a residential activity centre for children, where they helped set up tents and went canoeing.

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