Kate Middleton Gets Asked About The Throne During Schoolchildren's Camping Trip (PHOTOS)
Princess Diana may be the People's Princess, but Kate Middleton has won the hearts of schoolchildren at a North Westminster school this Sunday.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 30, headed to the woods with a group of inner city kids in Wrotham, England for a good old fashioned campout. Sporting Le Chameau wellies, Zara and Burberry tops, and a jacket by Really Wild, Kate explored the wilderness and taught the group of 8 and 9-year-olds how to make bread over a campfire.
During this particularly outing though, Middleton was nearly stumped when a curious student asked about her time spent on the throne.
However, the brunette stunner did spill about her duties as a royal figure.
"It's very busy and great fun but I am very well looked after," she told the children.
"What a gentleman," she said, chuckling.
However, Shanvere's not the only kid who has touched Kate's heart recently.
On Saturday, Middleton was spotted in a lively conversation with Lady Louise Windsor, Prince Edward‘s daughter, at Queen Elizabeth's birthday celebrations during the Trooping of The Colour ceremony. Standing on the Buckingham Palace balcony, the Erdem-decked Duchess leaned down to chat with the young girl, who was also a bridesmaid at Middleton's wedding to Prince William in 2011