The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been making the rounds lately. After several public outings in late August to promote children’s mental health awareness, Kate Middleton and Prince William stepped out on Thursday for the first day of a two-day trip to Cornwall and Scilly Isles in England.
Middleton wore a blush Lela Rose sundress with her hair down while her hubby sported a pale blue suit jacket with navy slacks. They first arrived in Truro, Cornwall, greeting the massive crowd that waited for them outside.
Visiting with members of the clergy at Truro Cathedral, the couple signed pieces of slate as a part of a project to help the church’s roof appeal.
They accepted bouquets and exchanged stories with many of their fans outside of the church.
The Royals then visited the Youth Centre Zebs, a safe haven for teens to spend their time and also get support. They met with youth from the group Young People Cornwall to learn more about the services provided and the importance of a support system for kids in the area.
The pair then had a bit of fun touring Healey’s Cyder’s warehouse and production hall where they sampled some of the company’s product.
Middleton herself poured a pint of Healey’s famous alcoholic Rattler cider, trying the cloudy apple drink with William close by.
In addition to their events in England, the Duke and Duchess will be going abroad at the end of September for their official tour of Canada.