The Duchess of Cambridge has swapped her nude L K Bennett heels today for a pair of Le Chameau Vierzon boots (£145, available at Kurt Geiger) and a scout neckerchief, as she visits the icy Lake District to spend the day as a scout. The pregnant princess is braving the blizzards to spend the day with other volunteers, as she is guiding 24 Cub Scouts from Cumbria and Manchester tree climbing, outdoor cooking and fire lighting.
The former Brownie travelled up to the Lake District this morning on the train, in the first class carriage, to reach the Great Tower Scout Activity Centre near Lake Windermere. But what did K Mids wear to tackle the icy lakes? Well she looks woodland chic in a khaki jacket, blue jeans and wellies accessorized with a scout neckerchief and a Really Wild tweed bakerboy hat. A sensible outfit to sit around a snowy campfire cooking dough twists.
It's not the first time we've seen woodlands Kate as you might remember she zip wired her way through the rainforest in Borneo in khaki trousers and in June she took part in ‘Expanding Horizons’ primary school scheme, where she trudged through the mud in dark blue jeans and a khaki jumper from purse-friendly store Zara, a shirt by Burberry and leather-lined wellies from Le Chameau.
It has been a busy week for Kate Middleton as on Wednesday she visited Baker Street underground station wearing a teal By Malene Birger coat, black Cornelia James gloves and her Episode Angel suede pumps. On Tuesday the Duchess visited Child Bereavement UK yesterday wearing a monochrome Contrast Collar Dress from Topshop and 'Redgrave coat' from cashmere designer Goat. For more looks from the Duchess, take a look through Grazia's Kate Middleton Look Book.
Look through the gallery below to see more pictures of Kate Middleton with the Scouts in the Lake District and more of her outdoor looks