Kate Middleton and Prince William Visit Cumbria June 2019
Kate and Will's Trip to Cumbria Included Some Pretty Cute Interactions With Kids and Dogs
Prince William and Kate Middleton got back to royal duties as they visited Cumbria, England, on Tuesday morning, following the fun celebrations of the queen's birthday on Saturday at the annual Trooping the Colour.
The reason for the visit was to "celebrate the work of local heroes, farmers, volunteers and those supporting the rural community in Cumbria." The duke and duchess started their day trip in Keswick where Kate cuddled with not one, not two, but three adorable dogs. Opting for comfort, the duchess chose to wear her trusty black skinny jeans, countryside jacket, and Chloe boots for the occasion. She and William also did some browsing on market stalls — we wonder whether they bought anything? As always, Kate made sure to chat to the locals, bending down to mingle with the kids, too. She was also gifted some flowers, which she looked genuinely touched to receive. The couple finished their trip with a visit to a local farm where Kate tried a bit of sheep shearing as well as taking part in the repair of a dry stone wall, which Kate naturally made look like the most fun ever.
Keep reading to see all the photos from Kate and William's day trip.