Kate Middleton showed her adventurous side this afternoon when she visited Holocaust survivors at an adventure center.
The Duchess of Cambridge visits Air Cadet’s Windermere Adventure Training Center in the Lake District after a £2 million makeover.
The Duchess jumped on a bike and ran along some of the country’s roads with members of the Air Cadets.
Kate, 39, found her element while talking to the center’s staff and youth.
She donned a hard hat and safety equipment before changing her outfit to travel in a steam boat launched from Ray Castle to the Osprey.
Katevas was taken on a boat trip with two Windermere children, who were part of a group of 300 children who survived the Holocaust.
The Duchess, dressed in a gray checked blazer and black running shoes, was chatting with the boat’s crew as she boarded.
She will get off the boat at the Windermere Jetty Museum, and meet relatives of Holocaust survivors, who will talk about the time their loved ones spent in Cumbria.
His visit marks the reopening of the Air Cadet Center, as he is an Honorary Air Commandant.
Kate also indulged in more adventurous pursuits, and tried her hand at abseiling.
Speaking about her experience, the Duchess wrote on Twitter: “Following the atrocities experienced in concentration camps in 1945, a group of 300 child Holocaust survivors came to the Lake District to recover from the trauma of their childhood experiences Was.
“This group of kids was called the ‘Windermere Children.’ I wanted to be able to meet some of the survivors in person to hear their stories, about how they started their own companies, wrote a book And to this day, still sneak in the odd round of golf.
“It was so powerful to hear how his time at the Lakes was enjoying outdoor recreation, sports and art therapy, which allowed him to be able to begin rebuilding his life and, ultimately, his family in the UK.”