Kate admits to struggling with Charlotte during heartwarming fan encounter - 'Didn't work'

Brenda Watkins
June 12, 2019

Even a princess needs to dress practically from time to time, as Kate Middleton took the time to explain to a pint-sized fan yesterday. "The Duke and Duchess will visit Keswick to celebrate the contributions of individuals and local organizations and meet members of the public in the Market Square, before visiting a traditional fell sheep farm to meet members of the Cumbrian farming community".

When she greeted two adorable sisters however, there was some confusion over the royal's attire.

Just after the walkabout was over, Duchess Kate had another moment to shine with a little girl sporting pigtail braids.

He then said to Kate: "She wanted to know if you'd be wearing your Princess Elsa dress".

She added: "I know, I'm sorry. I came in my pants and my coat because I'm going to see some sheep", Middleton says in response.

"You look very smart girls, you look lovely".

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When Kate was greeting fans in the northwest England town of Keswick, she came across one young dissenter.

After helping farmer Jack Cartmel to shear one sheep, William joked: "She's not going to be happy with her haircut".

The couple also joined the Cumbria Wildlife Trust on a nature walk through the farm and took in the view of the stunning countryside. Apparently, Kate and Camilla did not appropriately pay their respects to the Queen as she returned to Buckingham Palace.

After sampling local cheese from market stall holders, they spent an hour talking to residents involved with organisations supporting communities and families across Cumbria. Kate was then seen sweetly playing with her daughter's hair as they stood together watching the flyover with the rest of the royal family. The Duchess also wore her Kiki McDonough earrings and See by Chloé boots.

The royal couple played with a seven-month-old English Springer Spaniel called Prince Harry, named for the Duke of Sussex.

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