Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are on top form in Cornwall

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Kate Middleton and Prince William pose for photos while visiting the Eden Project on Friday (September 2) in Cornwall near St. Austell, England.

Instead, the couple visited the Eden Project, an educational charity in Cornwall that is home to the world's largest undercover tropical rainforest. The flawless royal wore her hair in loose, effortless waves and kept her makeup on the natural side.

Clearly, Prince William didn't want to make a mountain out of a molehill, but the least he could have done was put a protective arm around his wife or better yet, simply hold her hand during their visit.

Mrs. Moore, a retired teaching assistant from Camborne, Cornwall, told William she had met his late mother Princess Diana about 25 years ago in nearby Redruth.

"They are really looking forward to seeing other parts of this lovely country and having the opportunity to meet many more Canadians along the way", a Kensington Palace spokesperson said.

The report recalled how OK! magazine claimed in February that Kate was pregnant with twin girls, and then just a month later claimed that Kate and William were on their way to becoming queen and king, with no more mention of the report of twins.

The Duchess, whose visit with Prince William to the Isles of Scilly was delayed by weather, surprised by stepping out in ikat print pants from Gap. "William is right. I found it hard as well".

Kate, who wore a baby pink outfit by Lela Rose with trademark wedges, beamed at her fans.

As they watched a group taking part in a workshop, Kate asked "Do any of you know what you would love to be? I said the "last time you were here with your brother you were only so high".

William and Kate had planned to fly to the Isles of Scilly this morning but foggy conditions around Land's End forced them to delay their trip.

William greeted him like an old friend and said: "How amusing to see you here".

"I did not hear any wolf whistling - a few of the builders said she was looking hot - but everyone was very respectful".

Both William and Kate apologised for not making it to Rio, said they'd been "glued to the television coverage" and were "so sorry we couldn't come". They made a pit stop at Healy's Cornish Cider Farm, a family-run business that is one of the most popular attractions in Cornwall.

Sam, who also has one daughter Ellie, 13, initially just wanted to add to his royal selfie collection but has been left stunned by all the attention he has received.

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