What's par for a princess?
According to the royal's official Instagram, CWP provides children, young people and adults with additional needs aged 7 to 35 from across County Durham with the skills and independence they need to transition to a happy and healthy adulthood.
The initiative receives support from The Key, a youth charity which works collaboratively with organizations across the North East of England to inspire belief in young people and empower them to achieve their full potential. The Key was one of twenty-six charities chosen by The Duke and Duchess in 2011 to benefit from donations made to their Royal Wedding Charitable Gift Fund.
During the afternoon, William and Kate mingled with young people, toured the farm and the mom-of-three even tried her hand at golf.
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For their day on the farm, the couple kept their looks casual wearing matching jackets in different colors. William sported a green puffer jacket, blue sweater, dark blue dress pants and tan boots while Kate opted for a blue puffer jacket, grey shirt, dark blue jeans and dark brown laced boots.
The brunette beauty was all smiles as she elbow bumped one of the young people supported by the Cheesy Waffles Project.
Kate howled with laughter after completely missing the ball as she tried swinging a golf club.
At it again! The 39-year-old made another attempt at golfing and from the look on her face, the hit was indeed a success.
During her visit, the Duchess sat and made art projects with one of the participants. Both she and William are passionate about supporting charities and have volunteered much of their time to their organization, Royal Foundation.
William and Kate will be celebrating their 10-year anniversary in a few days, April 29.