On Tuesday, the Duchess of Cambridge paid a visit to the Natural History Museum in London to explore its new Urban Nature Project. During the outing, Middleton joined schoolchildren for some nature-centered activities in the garden, including spider-making and an interactive story-telling exercise. She also assisted in fixing an acoustic monitoring device to a cherry tree in the Wildlife Garden.
However, there was one moment in the day that really caught our attention. While sitting with the children, she offered them fresh honey from her Norfolk country home of Anmer Hall.