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.

Her response?

"It's not actually my job yet!" Middleton responded tactfully, according to the Daily Mail.

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.

On particular child, Zahid Shanvere, eight, made the Duchess roar with laughter when he graciously held open the tent flap for her and said: "After you."

"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 WindsorPrince 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

 

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