Kate Middleton is heading back to her royal duties — less than three months after she gave birth to Princess Charlotte!

Kate and her husband, Prince William, are set to appear sans their two children in Portsmouth, England on Sunday, July 26, Kensington Palace announced earlier this week.

"The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge – Royal Patron of @1851Trust will support @acwspmth in Portsmouth on 26 July," a message posted to the palace's official Twitter account with photos from Kate's previous royal engagements read on Thursday, July 16.

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For the event, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 33, will watch the America’s Cup British yacht team race and visit the coastal city's waterfront festival. Kate is additionally expected to meet youngsters who are learning to sail with her charity, the 1851 Trust.

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Kate, William, George and Charlotte on Sunday, July 5.

Will and Kate — who are also parents to Prince George, 23 months — were last spotted out in public catching a tennis match at London's Wimbledon Championships on July 8. The weekend before, the regal couple attended their two-month-old daughter's christening.