It was a busy weekend for the Duchess of Cambridge.
One day after attending the annual Trooping the Colour parade in London with other members of the royal family, she joined inner-city schoolchildren on a camping trip in Kent, England.
Kate, 30, spent time with the group of 28 children, ages 8 and 9, who were building tents and making campfires in the countryside to help develop their confidence and teamwork skills, the Daily Mail reports. The "Expanding Horizons" trip was organized by U.K. education charity ARK.
The dressed-down duchess reportedly wore jeans and a sweater from Zara, a Burberry shirt, a waterproof vest by outdoor company Really Wild and boots by French company Le Chameau for her stop in the woods.
Kate was photographed smiling and interacting with the children during the visit, and reportedly answered questions about her life as a royal.
Pictured: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, takes part in a campfire with children as she visits the 'Expanding Horizons' Primary school camp at Margaret MacMillan house in Wrotham, Kent, on June 17, 2012. (Photo by David Parker/AFP/GettyImages)