The Duchess of Cambridge looked casual and stylish as she had a go at shearing a sheep during a trip to Cumbria.
Along with her husband Prince William , Kate travelled to the region to celebrate the “resilience and spirit” of farming communities.
While most people loved Kate’s dressed down look – a £275 olive jacket by Troy London over a white shirt and grey jumper with black skinny jeans and £250 suede hiking boots by Chloe – one little girl wasn’t impressed.
In fact, one little girl was very disappointed that the mum-of-three wasn’t dress like Disney’s princess Elsa.
The girl and her sister presented Kate with a bunch of flowers during the day and shook her hand, reports People .
Her dad said: “It’s a princess. You love princesses!”
He then said to Kate: “She wanted to know if you’d be wearing your Princess Elsa dress.”
And Kate’s response was completely adorable.
She said: “I know. I’m sorry. I came in my trousers and my coat because I’m going to see some sheep.”
Kate and William joined a celebration to recognise the contribution of individuals and local organisations in supporting communities and families across Cumbria.
They also met volunteers including those from the local mountain rescue service, community first responders, young people trained as mental health first aiders and other organisations that have benefitted from grants from the Cumbria Community Foundation.
Before departing Keswick, The Duke and Duchess spent some time in the Market Square meeting members of the public gathered outside.
They chatted to stall holders selling cheese. Kate, clutching a single pink rose, was also seen giggling as she spoke to people in the crowd, including a little girl who she grinned at.
Among the hoards of royal enthusiasts eager to meet the couple earlier today was a seven month old English Springer Spaniel called Prince Harry of Winterfells.
The cheerful pup is being trained as a therapy dog alongside Paddy and Max, who have supported Kerry Irving since he was in a serious car crash that left him house bound in 2006.
The 54-year-old took Max to meet Prince William and Kate at a Buckingham Palace garden party three weeks ago.
“When I said that’s Prince Harry, William laughed said ‘oh yes, this is the one you mentioned when you were down at the palace,’” Mr. Irving, a mental health campaigner, said.
“It was excellent seeing them and that they remembered us. They said that as they flew over the lakes they could see people sailing and kayaking and swimming.
“They said to me ‘what you’re doing is getting people outdoors.’”