Kate Middleton paid a visit to a Cub Scout Pack in Norfolk in the South East of England on Wednesday. She was attending an event to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Cub Scout Association. The movement was founded in the United Kingdom in 1916 as a program for boys who were too young to be official Boy Scouts.
The Duchess came suitably attired for the outdoorsy activities for which the association is known. She wore her trusty olive-colored Zara jeans with a luxe gray cashmere roll-neck top by Iris and Ink. She teamed her look with a pair of $395 knee-high boots in chocolate suede by British outfitters Really Wild.
She’s recently worn a red cable knit sweater by the brand and previously sported those very same boots during a visit to Bhutan earlier this year.
Kate accessorized with a yellow patterned neckerchief one might easily have seen in the Eighties wardrobe of the Late Princess Diana. The resemblance, however, was not an intentional one. The scarf in question is actually part of the Cub Scout uniform, worn as an accent over the green top that is a signature of the movement.
The Duchess previously worked as a volunteer for a Scout pack when she and the Duke of Cambridge lived in Anglesey, North Wales.