Today, Kate Middleton and Prince William visited the family farm in Little Stainton. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the household of Stuart and Claire Chapman, and also talked to their children. The family is a member of the program of the National Farmers 'Union (National Farmers' Union), which aims to support agriculture and the people employed in this industry during the coronavirus pandemic.
So, Kate and William discussed the current problems faced by the family. For example, how to combine home schooling of children with work on the farm, which also requires constant attention and dedication.
Kate arrived in the countryside in a matching outfit. The Duchess chose a Seeland parka, a sheepskin jumper with a Brora x Troy London pattern, as well as her favorite Penelope Chilvers boots (she has preferred this brand for more than a decade). Orelia London earrings complemented the look.
Kate showed a keen interest in farming life, and also experienced the technique herself again. It was the Duchess of Cambridge who got behind the wheel of the tractor that farmer Chapman gave a brief lesson in driving. Recall that recently, during a visit to the training air base, Kate also tested an air trainer.