The Duchess of Cambridge spent time in the Great Outdoors during her latest engagement with a group of Air Cadets. Kate spent time exploring the terrain on bicycle, boat and rope when she tried rappelling off rocks at the Windermere Lake District.

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The Duchess of Cambridge explored the lake with air cadets before meeting Windermere children and Holocaust survivors. The royal took a boat trip on Lake Windermere with two of the “Windermere Children”, a group of 300 child Holocaust survivors who came to stay in the Lake District in 1945 for a period of recuperation following what they experienced in concentration camps.

For the day of recreation, Kate opted for a Really Wild Clothing belted jacket, Liv Thurlwell bobble hoops and her favorite Chloe combat boots. Kate also donned her Seeland Hawker puffer coat (worn previously on two engagements and a school run).

The brunette Brit opted for a new Really Wild Clothing plaid belted jacket.

The mom of three finished the look with dark skinny jeans and Chloe combat boots. A great Replikate ankle boot pair is at Nordstrom Rack

And she accessorized her outdoorsy outfit with Liv Thurwell bobble earrings.

It’s believed Kate’s knitted sweater is possibly from Boden — the cashmere knitted top in smoky quartz (ID Middleton Maven).

 

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