Kate Middleton wore $70 pants to roast marshmallows while visiting a group of Scouts

  • On Tuesday, Kate Middleton visited a Scouts group in London looking like she was ready for the outdoors. 
  • For the event, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a blue shirt with a Really Wild waistcoast, $69.90 Massimo Dutti satin trousers, and See by Chloe hiking boots. 
  • Middleton accessorized her look with All the Falling Stars $57.18 circle earrings and a $109 Spells of Love double strand beaded satellite chain.
  • The duchess' visit marked her new role as joint president of Scouts UK.
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Kate Middleton looked like she was ready to go camping while visiting a Scouts group in London on Tuesday. 

The Duchess of Cambridge arrived wearing a $544 Really Wild nubuck waistcoat, a blue linen blouse, $69.90 Massimo Dutti brown satin trousers, and See by Chloe hiking boots. 

Kate Middleton looked the part as the new joint president of Scouts UK.
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She accessorized with simple gold jewelry including a pair of $57.18 All the Falling Stars gold disc circle earrings and a $109 Spells of Love double strand beaded satellite chain. Both jewelry pieces were available for pre-order at the time of writing. 

The duchess was ready for the outdoors.
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Middleton — who was a former Scout herself growing up, according to Marie Claire — finished off her outfit with a red-and-white striped scarf.

Kensington Palace shared more pictures of the duchess to celebrate her first official engagement as the joint president of UK Scouts on Instagram.

"The Duchess of Cambridge joined Beaver and Cub Scouts to toast marshmallows on a bonfire, make cards to send to a local care home, and build whirly bird helicopters," the caption partially read. 

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Marking her new role as joint President of the @Scouts, The Duchess of Cambridge visited a Scout Group in London to see how they have adapted their activities during the pandemic. The Scout Association helps to support almost half a million people from all backgrounds aged 6-25 gain the skills they need to prepare for their futures — making it the largest co-educational youth movement in the country. With the 12th Northolt Scout Group, The Duchess of Cambridge joined Beaver and Cub Scouts to toast marshmallows on a bonfire, make cards to send to a local care home, and build whirly bird helicopters. Her Majesty The Queen has been Patron of the Scouts since 1952, and The Duke of Kent has been President of The Scout Association since 1975. Welcoming The Duchess of Cambridge as Joint President, The Duke of Kent said: “The Scouts’ ethos of dedication, inclusivity, and lending a helping hand wherever one is needed resonates across the generations, and as such I am delighted to welcome The Duchess of Cambridge as Joint President, and to work together to continue that legacy.”

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Considering that the royal is known to repeat outfits and accessories, it makes sense that she wore the same necklace during an outing earlier this month. 

On September 22, Middleton paired the Spelling of Love necklace with $38 rose-colored pants from Marks & Spencer (sold out at the time of writing) to meet with families in London's Battersea Park. During the meeting, the duchess heard from parents about "their experience of parent-to-parent support," according to a post shared on Kensington Palace's Instagram account.

Middleton wore the same necklace recently for another event.
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