Kate Goes Farm-Girl During Visit to Gloucestershire
The Duchess of Cambridge traded her regular heels and coat dresses for boots and jeans as she paid a visit to a Farms For City Children project in Gloucestershire on Wednesday.
Joined by students from the nearby Vauxhall Primary School, Kate was quick to get her hands dirty during the visit as she participated in a number of farm tasks directed by Michael and Clare Morpurgo, who founded Farms For City Children back in 1976. The purpose of the organisation is to provide “urban children the opportunity to experience life on a farm”.
Among the tasks was herding a pig for weighing, bottle-feeding Stinky the lamb, and planting onions.
During her visit, Kate revealed that the Cambridge family has a number of chickens at home at Anmer Hall, and Prince George and Princess Charlotte are eagerly waiting for chicken eggs housed in an incubator to hatch.Filed under The United Kingdom
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