Dressed in a green jumper, red coat and jeans, the Duchess was greeted by the Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire, Sir Henry Aubrey-Fletcher, on arrival.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 37, stepped out on Wednesday wearing an exceptionally festive look that included a green sweater layered under a red ski jacket by Perfect Moment ($225). The practical royal also opted for a favourite pair of sensible hiking boots by Berghaus.
Catherine also made eco-friendly reindeer food with the children and admired the Christmas decorations they were making, as well as asking them what they were hoping to find under their trees.
In the adorable clip caught on camera, Kate could be seen hand-in-hand with a group of children and bending down to ask: 'What do you think about these?'
"Vogue's editor explained, "The Duchess of Cambridge always looks flawless" and noted that Middleton's aesthetic is largely based on her always opting for "a little more classic styles". and heritage ".
As they walked through the Christmas trees, the Duchess could be heard saying: 'There must be one that you like'. Kate asked. Aleigha told the Duchess that she slept with plaits in her hair overnight, to which the royal said: "I might try that tonight, I hope my hair turns out like yours".
A young girl called Poppy said: "I want a real-life unicorn, a Pegasus one that flies".
'DYING this is so cute, ' one wrote.
Stating the thistles within the bunch, Kate, who additionally shares daughter Princess Charlotte, four, with William, advised them: 'George loves thistles, actually spiky ones'.
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