Kate Braves the Weather to Train With the Scouts

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Kate braved the cold weather and traveled to Newby Bridge in Cumbria to train with adult Scout volunteers. A group of Cub Scouts from Cumbria and Manchester were taking part in a pack holiday event at the 250-acre activity center close to Lake Windermere.
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Since last January, the Duchess has regularly been helping out at a Scout group near her home in Anglesey.
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After a tour of the training camp, she and the other volunteers taught Scouts how to light a fire and then helped make bread twists using the open fire.
 
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Kate looked outdoorsy chic in a khaki Barbour jacket, blue jeans and Le Chameau ‘Vierzonord’ wellies (£160).
 
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The Duchess of Cambridge put her own stylish twist on her red, white and blue Scout neckerchief (£8.50). She knotting it like a scarf rather than securing it with the traditional woggle.
 
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Completing her look, she wore a Really Wild Clothing Company ‘Tweed Lindesy Cap’ (£49) in Moss Speck (confirmed on their website) and Kiki McDonough Grace earrings.
 
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Update 3/26/2013
 
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Thanks to follower Saffy Smith on WKW, Kate’s jacket has been ID’ed! It is the ‘Belford’ by Barbour (£180) and no longer available. Kate was first seen wearing it back in 2009. Barbour has suggested the ‘Pacific’ as an alternative.
 
Flashback to 2009. Kate wearing her Barbour Jacket.

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