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Kate joins William at island event
The Duchess of Cambridge is to make her first public appearance since the birth of Prince George as she joins husband William at the start of a marathon event on Anglesey.
The Duke of Cambridge is making one of his final public engagements on Anglesey as the new father's time on the island comes to an end.
William will be joined by Kate as he starts the gruelling, three-day annual "ultra" marathon run around the coast of the island, known as the Ring O' Fire.
The Duke and Duchess will meet some of the runners and their families and volunteers before the start - but the couple will not be taking Prince George along.
The annual event is a 135-mile foot race around the rugged coast of Anglesey, staged over three days and including 13,695 feet of ascent.
The presence of Kate is a surprise - it was only revealed on Friday that she would be joining her husband.
William said a public goodbye to Wales a fortnight ago as he confirmed his young family would be leaving their Anglesey home and moving "elsewhere" when his posting comes to an end this month, having completed his three-year tour of duty as an RAF search and rescue helicopter pilot based at RAF Valley on Anglesey.
He is widely expected to leave north Wales and return to London with Kate and their baby son to take on more royal duties rather than stay in the service.
At the Anglesey Show, he spoke movingly about his time on the island, saying he would miss living and working in the area "terribly" and joked about the demands of looking after a newborn baby with Kate. With the birth of George last month, the Cambridges are now a family unit and their Kensington Palace apartment is expected to become their main home.
William will start the race, beginning near Holyhead, at 1pm.