As scouts! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge return to childhood at the first stop on their trip to Scotland



The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have returned to their official engagements after last week’s festive hiatus, where they were able to enjoy some rest days with their children George, Charlotte and Louis for the mini school holidays in the UK at this time of year during the first term of the course. On their return, Prince William and Kate Middleton have resumed their agenda with a trip to Glasgow, Scotland, on the occasion of the celebration there of the world climate summit. Their first stop was the Alexandra Park Sports Hub in the Dennistoun neighborhood, where the couple met with a group of scouts from the area to see first-hand the campaign that these young people have launched focused on caring for the planet. There is no doubt that it has been a emotionally charged quote for the duchess, since she was also a girl scout in her day during his childhood and adolescent years.

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In fact, Kate wanted to wear the classic scarf for the occasion of the scouts, symbol of its promise with the ideals that it represents. The garment has a triangular shape that is rolled up and placed over the neck of the polo-shirt that is worn and is joined with a pin that receives the English name of woggle. What’s more, the Duchess of Cambridge was named a little over a year ago like co-chair of the British Scout Association with the Duke of Kent and received the Silver Wolf award, the highest category awarded by this organization. Today, Guillermo and Kate have participated in what is called a ‘wildflower bombardment’, where all together they throw seed-filled soil into a grassy field to rejuvenate it. One of his hosts was the youngster Lewis Howe, 12, recently decorated by the government of his country thanks to his efforts to reduce food waste and thus help those most in need in a sustainable and ecological way.

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The Duchess of Cambridge, who also it was voluntary Scout when she and her husband lived in Wales, Has made numerous visits these groups over the years. We have even seen it doing typical outdoor activities how to pass marshmallows -Sitting on a tree trunk without any comfort-, in addition to participating in different games and crafts. For its part, Guillermo faces this COP26 with great interest and from the early hours of this morning he shared a few words about it: “We are in a historic moment for the future of the Earth and we will show the world that there is reason to be optimistic“, he said with enthusiasm, also recalling the recent awards Earthshot that he and his wife have presided and been fully involved in promoting actions aimed at safeguarding the ecosystem.

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As scouts! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge return to childhood at the first stop on their trip to Scotland