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Kate Middleton takes the time to enjoy the great outdoors.
Today, the Duchess of Cambridge undertook a visit to Cumbria, where she promoted the beneficial and lasting impact that nature and the outdoors can have on young people. The Duchess’s visit also marked the reopening of the Royal Air Force Air Cadet Windermere Adventure Training Center, which enables hundreds of cadets across the UK to visit the Lake District each year and participate in leadership building activities.
Kate joined a group of Air Cadets early this morning for a number of outdoor activities, including mountain biking. According to an official press release from Kensington Palace, the Duchess of Cambridge “believes that spending time outdoors plays a vital role in the future health and happiness of children and young people”.
For the visit, Kate opted for a casual and functional look that included a belted plaid blazer, a beige crew-neck sweater, black skinny jeans (a controversial choice of denim, according to today’s TikTokers) and boots. hiking boots in dark brown suede.
Later today, the royal replaced her blazer with a sportier olive-colored quilted jacket.
Also during her visit, the Duchess took a boat ride with two of the children of Windermere, the group of 300 Holocaust survivors who remained in the Lake District in 1945 to recover from the atrocities they suffered. in concentration camps. Kate reportedly wanted to meet the survivors in person to hear their stories and learn how outdoor recreation has helped them heal from childhood trauma.
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