The Duchess of Cambridge joined a special Cub Scout Pack meeting this evening with the Kings Lynn District to mark the 100th anniversary of Cubs. Cub scout packs are for boys and girls aged between seven and ten.
Kate dressed down tonight for an evening with 24 Cubs near her Norfolk home. She debuted a cosy knit top from Iris and Ink, a brand exclusive to the online retailer The Outnet.
Kate wore the light grey Iris and Ink 'Grace' cashmere turtleneck sweater (US$210). The turtleneck knit top is made from mid-weight cashmere and features a ribbed trim and split cuffs.
She teamed the sweater with her Zara Skinny Mid-Rose Trousers in Khaki - first seen in Haida Gwaii during the recent tour of Canada.
On her feet she wore the Really Wild Spanish Boots in Chocolate Suede (£315). Handmade in Spain in chocolate suede, these boots feature a tassel and distinctive scallops on the sides.
You may recall the Duchess was first snapped wearing the boots in January 2013 during a shopping trip in West London. She was also pictured modeling a similar style for Really Wild Clothing 2004 in front of Blenheim Palace.
Tonight, Kate aptly accessorised with a Cubs100 Official Adult Scarf (£2.50). The eye-catching scarf features Cubs100 winners badge on the apex and Cubs100 logo.
She finished the look with her beloved Kiki McDonough Citrine Pear Drop Earrings.
During the evening, the Duchess took part in games and activities themed around ‘looking after yourself and others physically and emotionally.’
The Cubs were set up on the 16th December 1916, and to celebrate 100 years The Pack and The Duchess decorated special 'cub' cakes.
Kate enrolled as a Brownie in the 1st St Andrew's pack in Pangbourne, Berkshire, at the age of eight and tonight she renewed her Cub Promise along with the youngsters.
Kate's next scheduled engagement is on 19th December when she will join William and Harry for The Mix UK's volunteer Christmas party in London.
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