In her recent outing with the scouts, the Duchess of Cambridge shows her young guests how to clean fish before it's ready to eat.
Kate Middleton continues lending a helping hand to local scouts in her home in Angelsey. The Dutchess of Cambridge didn't hesitate to get her hands dirty by teaching a group of youngsters how to clean fish to get it ready to eat.
The wife of Prince William showed her skills of gutting fish when hosting an afternoon and evening of activities in North Wales on Wednesday, July 11. She also treated her guests aged from about 8 years old to a barbecue on the beach.
Kate has been volunteering to work with scouts for a while now. She previously went to a camping trip with some youngsters in Kent and was asked by one of them about what it was like to be a princess. She said "it was very nice" and Prince William "was very sweet and kind and spoiled her."