Congratulations, Kate Middleton!
The Duchess of Cambridge, 33, has earned her advanced open water diving certification from the Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI), according to The Telegraph.
The qualification now enables Kate to dive at the same depth of 98 ft as her husband, Prince William, 33, who has been an avid scuba diver for much of his life.
William diving with an instructor in a London pool in July 2014.
Kate's new qualification is the most advanced diving level that can be achieved by recreational scuba divers. To pass the PADI test, the mom-of-two was required to complete five dives — including a deep-water dive and an underwater navigation dive — during which she was taught the physiological effects of deep diving.
RELATED: Kate Middleton Reveals Prince George Doesn't Know His Age — Thinks He's 3-Years-Old!
Kelly Fisher Katz, who once met the Duke and Duchess while previously vacationing in the Caribbean with her husband Martin, said Kate and William are "quite the sportsman" who really enjoy scuba diving together.
“[My husband and I] went diving and they went very deep, more than 90 ft. Our instructor said Martin and I weren’t qualified to go on the shark dives that they went on. They’re quite the sportsmen," she told The Telegraph.
Your life just got exponentially better and more stylish now you've signed up for our newsletter. Fabulousness awaits!