Duchess Kate recently spent time doing one of her favourite things! As Hello! reports, the Duchess of Cambridge visited the Natural History Museum in London on Tuesday, where she received a tour and got to spend some time outdoors with schoolchildren!
Duchess Kate learns about museum's new education project
Duchess Kate looked stylish during her museum visit in a simple but classy outfit! As Hello! shares, she was seen wearing a coral-coloured blazer by the brand Chloe, as well as denim jeans designed by &Other Stories. The Duchess of Cambridge also wore white Veja running shoes, a white top, and a floral face mask!
She was shown around by Museum Director Dr. Doug Gurr, who gave her a special tour— including a look at the centre's brand-new initiative. The Urban Nature Project plans to transform the museum's outdoor space into an educational center, which will include what's being called a a "living lab."
Duchess Kate participates in fun activities with schoolchildren
Duchess Kate also had the opportunity to make a nature craft with kids! As Hello! mentions, students from St Mary of the Angels Primary School were on a field trip to the museum at the time of her visit. The Duchess of Cambridge made pine cone spiders with them, even giving hers a sweet name: "Cuddles"!
The royal also brought a sweet surprise with her! While on a nature walk with the schoolchildren, she gave them an opportunity to try some homemade honey that came straight from Anmer Hall. "This came specially from my beehive," she told them. "See if it tastes like home."
See more photos from Duchess Kate's visit to the Natural History Museum here!