“She seemed like a princess, she looked pretty and had lovely hair.”
From the mouths of babes. A Really Wild “Lindsey” hat, French wellies and a good head of hair is all it takes to make a princess.
The Duchess of Cambridge (not yet a princess) joined others like herself at Great Tower Scout camp today (March 22nd) in Windermere, Cumbria, United Kingdom for volunteer training.
According to Getty, the training course is being run in Great Tower, one of the Scout Association’s national activity centres set in 250 acres of land offering a wide range of land and water based activities, including archery, low and high ropes, climbing, abseiling, sailing and canoeing.
Catherine, who is five months along in her pregnancy, helped start a fire despite the snowy weather, and cooked a sweat bread treat over the fire.
“I’m not sure if these are going to look particularly edible,” Catherine said with a laugh while toasting her creation (which she made with her own two royal hands, thankyouverymuch).
Catherine is a volunteer with the Scout Association, and its the organization’s hope that a high-profile face such as herself will encourage more adults to donate their time.
Her Royal Highness often lends a hand to her local scout troop in Anglesey, North Wales.
This marks the fifth engagement Catherine has completed in just one week, despite almost being in her third trimester.