Kate Middleton and Prince William Went on a Secret Date in England

Kate Middleton's sweet response to girl expecting her to look like 'Frozen' princess

Kate Middleton's sweet response to girl expecting her to look like 'Frozen' princess

Kate Middleton and Prince William's secret romantic date in the country was absolutely adorable.

William and Kate explored the picturesque Lake District, where they celebrated the work of local heroes, volunteers and those supporting the rural community.

"The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent time on Deepdale Hall Farm with the Brown family tending to their flock of Herdwick and Swaledale sheep, joining them for sheep shearing, herding and dry stone walling", a palace tweet reported. Kate wore a jacket by Troy London, a label owned her friend, Rosie Van Cutsem. During their visit, the royal couple met with a family with two young girls.

The Duchess of Cambridge was visiting Cumbria, a farming district in North West England, and was dressed down for the occasion in pants and a coat.

The royals also did some hiking on trails in the lovely countryside, helped the Brown family tend to their flock and joined in to help fix a dry stone wall on the farm. Although the royals usually stay out of the political debate, Prince William - the future King - wanted to hear the concerns of the farmers who are directly affected by the Brexit fallout.

Biographer Andrew Morton, in his 2011 book "William and Catherine", delves into the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's romance.

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William and Kate then joined the Cumbria Wildlife Trust and local school children for an environmental educational session on the Ullswater Way, the shores of which inspired the poet William Wordsworth.

The couple were also greeted by crowds of royal watchers in the town of Keswick.

The royals met volunteers from the local mountain rescue service, community first responders, and organisations that have benefited from grants from the Cumbria Community Foundation. In 2017, she joined her husband and brother-in-law Prince Harry in spearheading the mental health campaign Heads Together, which has now partnered with eight mental health initiatives, including Place2Be, which is one of her patronages.

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Today, the Duchess of Cambridge is set to make an appearance on beloved children's TV programme Blue Peter, as she talks about her Back to Nature garden and launches a new competition.

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