Duchess of Cambridge attends to celebrate the Cubs’ 100th anniversary
The Duchess of Cambridge paid a special visit to a group of youngsters at a Cub Scout Pack in Kings Lynn on Wednesday evening to celebrate the Cubs’ 100th anniversary.
Kate, who previously worked as a volunteer with a Cub Scout pack when she and Prince William lived in Anglesey, joined 24 school children all from the Kings Lynn area.
Kate attended a special meeting on Wednesday (Dec 14) with children from Kings Lynn, England.She joined the meeting as the children took part in games and activities themed around looking after yourself and others physically and emotionally.
The activities included a parachute game designed to encourage teamwork and cooperation. She then took part in icing ‘cub cakes’ for the occasion.
The official centenary of Cub Scouts in Britain is on Friday (December 16).
A series of events will be held around the U.K. later this week to mark the organisation’s 100th birthday.