The Duchess of Cambridge, who also donned a khaki coat and a pair of go-to Zara jeans, was clearly enjoying mingling with the children and the animals, too. She even fed a baby lamb during her day on the farm.
It’s not surprising that Middleton chose Chilver’s boots for the occasion — she has worn them many times over the years.
Last spring, on a trip to Bhutan with Prince William, she went for a hike in the style. Middleton also brought them out when she visited a remote island in Canada on a windy and rainy day last fall.
“The Long Tassel Boot has many refined measurements, as a long boot always should do, and I have not compromised on its beauty.” the designer told FN last year. “It’s a stylized, elongated silhouette with an elegant fit that turns heads. I have been making it since I started. The leather is vegetable dyed calfskin and comes from one of the oldest tanneries in Spain.”