Fans are praising Kate Middleton for being so 'down to earth' and 'brave' at her latest royal engagement which saw her cycling and abseiling alongside RAF Air Cadets.
- Royal fans are applauding Kate Middleton for her ‘down to earth’ nature and loving how outdoorsy she is in a new clip of her latest royal engagement.
- Kate joined RAF Air Cadets in the Lake District to take on some epic outdoor challenges, impressing her Instagram followers by throwing herself into every task.
- This royal news comes after Princess Eugenie revealed the adorable name Princess Beatrice’s baby will call her.
Kate Middleton has been praised by delighted fans for being ‘down to earth’ and showing no fear as she took part in mountain biking and abseiling alongside Air Cadets at their Windermere training centre.
This is one of the many royal engagements Kate has undertaken this year, and one of the many organisations the royal family supports. She and Prince William are thought to be receiving higher roles and taking on more responsibility as they prepare to become leaders of the Firm in coming years.
In a video montage shared on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Instagram page, Kate can be seen chatting happily with the Air Cadets, and throwing herself into all the activities, even abseiling down the side of a rock face, admitting it was "very cool" when she reached the bottom.
Kate even shared a glimpse of her cheeky sense of humour, joking "What could go wrong?" as she began cycling through the rocky terrain of the woods.
The post was captioned, 'Acting member of the Air Cadets today! 🚴 ♀️ 🧗 Having re-opened the RAF Air Cadets’ Windermere Training Centre here in the lake district, The Duchess joined a group of Air Cadets to test the outdoor terrain!
'These outdoor activities, alongside various other training, allows them to build their confidence and leadership skills for future years.'
Fans loved seeing Kate’s adventurous side, with the comment section being bombarded with words from those in awe of the future Queen Consort.
One wrote, ‘So engaging for the cadets! Absolutely love how down to earth the Duchess is!’
Another wrote, 'Looks like fun from afar for me. I’m not that brave, but yay for the Duchess! ❤️'
And a third said, ‘❤️❤️❤️🙌🙌🙌love how she handles her royal obligations very well. She is so down to earth and sporty.’
'Brave, kind and beautiful. Well done Duchess Catherine,' one more chipped in to say.
Parenting advice, hot topics, best buys and family finance tips delivered straight to your inbox.
Naomi is a Lifestyle News Writer with the Lifestyle team and has recently earned her Gold Standard Diploma in Journalism from the NCTJ. She has a background in design, having studied Illustration at Plymouth University but has taken a leap into the world of journalism after always having a passion for writing. She currently writes pieces on beauty, fashion, and entertainment for Goodto.com and My Imperfect Life.
From rare Happy Meal toys to scarce Power Rangers, if you've got any of these gems at home, they could be worth up to £712,000
If you need to have a toy declutter at home, keep your eyes peeled for these items that could be worth some serious cash
By Sarah Handley Published
Tomato, bean and basil pasta salad
This tomato, bean and basil pasta salad is a great alternative to sandwiches for lunch boxes and is also an excellent vegan buffet option if you’re hosting a party.
By Rose Fooks Published