Kate Middleton Gets Dirty During Adventurous Visit to Lake District 

Kate Middleton is showing off her sporty side.

The Duchess of Cambridge recently visited the newly reopened RAF Air Cadets’ Windermere Training Centre in the lake district of Northern England. During her outing, the 39-year-old royal, who is the Honorary Air Commandant of the Royal Air Force Cadets, accompanied a group of trainees for some rock climbing, hiking and bike riding “to test the outdoor terrain.”

Lucky for us, the official IG account of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge shared footage from the special event. In the clip, we see the mother of three—looking sporty in a green puffer jacket, jeans and combat boots—repelling down the side of a cliff and exploring the mountains by bike. At one point, Middleton looks at the camera and asks, “What could go wrong?”

According to the caption, cadets will use the center during their visits to “help build their confidence and leadership skills for future years.”

Later in the afternoon, Middleton took a boat ride with two Holocaust survivors to learn how Windermere Lake provided healing following the trauma caused by concentration camps. “It was so powerful to hear how their time in the Lakes enjoying outdoor recreation, sport and art therapy, allowed them to be able to begin to rebuild their lives and eventually, their families here in the U.K.,” the duchess said of her time with the survivors.

Talk about an eventful day.

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