Kate Middleton and Prince William stepped out for an official visit to the RNLI Lifeboat Station in Anglesey, Wales, this morning. They were on hand to christen a new vessel called the "Hereford Endeavour" docked at Trearddur Bay, not far from where the couple have been making their home while Will's doing a stint with the British Royal Air Force. It was the very first state appearance for the couple, and Kate apparently took to the task with ease. The princess-to-be was seen mingling with locals and endeared herself to her townspeople by singing along with the Welsh national anthem! Kate was given the duty of cracking a bottle of champagne over the new ship, while Will addressed the crowd. He said, "I do the talking, she does the fun bit." The duo are gearing up for their big wedding celebration in London on April 29 but for the time being are staying out of the city. New details about the ceremony continue to come out — in addition to their wanting donations, not presents, Kate has decided that she'd like to arrive at Westminster Abbey in a car as opposed to a carriage like Princess Diana chose back in 1982. Invitations have already gone out, with David and Victoria Beckham apparently being among the lucky ones.