The Duchess of Cambridge roasts marshmallows in £495 waistcoat

Naomi May
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The Duchess of Cambridge paid a visit to a group of Cub and Beaver Scouts in Northolt today.

For the occasion, which saw the mother-of-three roast marshmallows while chatting to the youngsters, she wore her £415 Really Wild Company leather waistcoat (buy it here.)

Kate first wore the waistcoat in 2013, when the company reported a surge in sales, particularly from America, but has worn it on a string of outdoor excursions since.

Typically she wears a pale shirt or jumper under the waistcoat, along with a pair of her favourite Zara skinny jeans and today was no exception.

Today marked the Duchess becoming the joint president of The Scout Association along with The Duke of Kent, while the Queen will remain patron of the organisation.

She has been volunteering for the organisation since 2012.

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