Blown Away! Wind Gust Welcomes Kate Middleton, Prince George To New Zealand -- Almost Causes MAJOR Wardrobe Malfunction

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Apr. 7 2014, Updated 11:23 a.m. ET

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Legs eleven! Princess Kate almost had a major wardrobe malfunction when a gust of wind blew up her skirt and showed off her skinny legs as she arrived in New Zealand and RadarOnline.com has the photos of the racy royal with Prince George in her arms and Prince William by her side.

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Kate Middleton, Prince William and Prince George arrive in New Zealand for their first official tour with the baby.

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Little Prince George is all smiles in mommy's arms.

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Oops! The wind in New Zealand blows up Kate's Catherine Walker coat showing off the Duchess' very skinny legs.

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Oops! The wind in New Zealand blows up Kate's Catherine Walker coat showing off the Duchess' very skinny legs.

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The proud royal family arrives in New Zealand.

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Baby George is ready to play in New Zealand.

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Kate is all smiles as she meets a man with a bare bum!

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