The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had a day of engagements in Cumbria to celebrate the work of local heroes, farmers, volunteers and those supporting the rural community in northwest England’s Lake District.
Their first stop was the market town of Keswick for a walkabout.
Kate sported her signature casual style. Today she debuted the Troy London 'The Tracker' Jacket in Olive (£275). The summer-weight jacket is made in England from cotton drill and features monogrammed bone buttons, utilitarian pockets and an internal drawstring waist for an adjustable fit. Thanks to @MiddletonMaven for the ID.
Under the jacket Kate wore her Fjallraven Forest Green Övik Re-Wool Sweater and a white blouse with a ruffled collar.
Th blouse is believed to be the Sézane ‘Marguerite' Shirt featuring a high ruffle neck with front pintuck pleats and ladder stitch panels.
The Duchess wore black skinny jeans with the hem tucked into her See By Chloé Combat Ankle Boots.
Kate accessorized with her beloved KIKI Lauren Yellow Gold Diamond Pave Leaf Earrings and Cartier Ballon Bleu Watch.
The royal couple then spent time on Deepdale Hall Farm with the Brown family tending to their flock of Herdwick and Swaledale sheep, and joining them for sheep shearing, herding and dry stone walling.
The Duke and Duchess finished their time in Cumbria with a guided nature walk. They were joined by the Cumbria Wildlife Trust and children from Patterdale School for an environmental educational session on the Ullswater Way.
For the farm visit and walk, Kate changed into her Barbour Waxed Defence Jacket and Berghaus Supalite II GTX Walking Boots.
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