Kate Middleton Visits Children's Charity





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Published on Jun 18, 2012

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Children of the Expanding Horizons Primary School Scheme received a surprise when Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, stopped by this past Sunday.

Kate, née Middleton, chatted with the children at Widehorizons' Margaret McMillan House in Wrotham, Kent, about their prior experiences during outdoor adventures.

The outdoor camp provided many of the kids a first opportunity to encounter such an environment, with experiences like sleeping in the woods. This was also likely their first time meeting royalty.

She also discussed teamwork and cooperation that the kids have used during their outing.

The children were from the Absolute Return for Kids' (ARK) King Solomon Academy, located in London. ARK is receiving support from The Foundation of Prince William and Prince Harry for the Expanding Horizons children's program.

After her visit, the Duchess left to watch her husband, Prince William, play in a charity polo match.


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