The Duchess of Cambridge has become an advanced scuba diver ! The duchess has completed her advanced open water diver qualification in Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI).
What this means is she will now be able to dive to a deepness of 30 metres (98ft).
The Duke of Cambridge is furthermore a skilled diver and pursues his father and grandfather in going the British Sub-Aqua Club (BSAC).
It was believed that the duchess had acquired the certification from a scuba diving institution on the Caribbean island of Mustique.
Throughout the program the duchess would have finished a deep journey dive to figure out how to handle the physiological impact and issues of much deeper scuba diving.
Digital photography, buoyancy regulation, fish classification and discovering ruins are also a section of the training course.
BSAC boss Eugene Farrell stated: “We are excited that The Duchess of Cambridge shares her husband’s fascination with the marine world and has more advanced her diving training program.