Kate Middleton Gets Sporty in Cargo Pants During a Visit to Wales
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Prince William and Kate Middleton are busier than ever, with less than two weeks to go until King Charles's coronation.
The Prince and Princess of Wales are in Wales for the next two days, where they will be carrying out several engagements and meeting members of the local communities. To kick off the 48-hour trip, the royal couple spent time with the Central Beacons Mountain Rescue Team—an organization entirely run by volunteers who work to keep the communities of Mid and South Wales safe—for its 60th anniversary.
For the outing, the Princess bundled up in a Mountain Equipment wind-breaker jacket in bright red— seemingly as a nod to the Welsh flag color—which she topped over a dark turtleneck sweater. Kate appeared to hop on the utilitarian trend bandwagon, wearing graphite cargo pants from G-Star. (Last year, Kate sent the internet abuzz when she wore the same bottoms in an army green hue in Belize.) Finishing her look, the stylish royal wore Berghaus hiking boots, a tie-dye baseball cap from ASOS, and dainty gold earrings from Accessorize. Meanwhile, William—who is the patron of Mountain Rescue England and Wales—was also seen matching his wife in a red jacket and dark trousers.
During the engagement, the Waleses got to show off their sporty sides while taking part in training activities like rappelling down a quarry, medical support exercises, and a search dog rescue demonstration. At one point, the duo even got to meet some of the organization's search dogs. Later today, they are expected to visit the Dowlais Rugby Club to meet members of the local community.
Stick with T&C as more images of their trip come in.
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