Kate Middleton pulls a pint at Cornish cider farm

Josh Kim
September 7, 2016

"She said George loves dinosaurs and would have loved to be here to meet him", the visitor shared.

"You can give me a peck on the cheek", William told her.

She was pictured laughing as she handed over the drink to her husband.

The Duchess, wearing a blush pink dress by USA designer Lela Rose and a pair of nude wedges from Monsoon, appeared amused by Mr. Wayne's antics.

Kate was casually dressed in a dark jacket by Smythe, light-coloured top, pants by Gap and wedges, while William wore a jacket, shirt without a tie, and chino-type pants.

Everyone remembers the time when Prince William and Kate Middleton were forced to awkwardly make conversation with each other in front of the Ayers Rock during their trip to Australia in 2014, in what many recall as the most painstakingly uncomfortable photo session ever taken by the royal couple.

The royals speak with teens at the Zebs Youth Centre.

The couple will also visit Scilly, an archipelago off the Cornish coast.

The Cambridges even reassured the children, who were discussing the challenges of growing up, that it was OK to be figuring it out as they go. "Do you have some aspirations?"

"It is totally cool not to have that by the way", said the prince, 34. "I said the 'last time you were here with your brother you were only so high".

Duchess Kate was reportedly the first to find out that she is pregnant, with her sister Pippa learning a few weeks later that she and fiance James Matthews are expecting.

"It is so difficult because there's so much out there", Kate added, "It is hard, isn't it, to pinpoint one thing?"

The 17-year-old, who is studying mechanics at Truro College, agreed that she found their confessions reassuring.

She then handed it to William, who took a sip and said it tasted "just like it does in the pub".

"They just sounded very interested in everything".

"People that I speak to often don't want to go on the record but they will tell me that frankly the scariest the organisation they deal with is the Duchy of Cornwall".

Royal fan Linda Moore, 62, said: "I asked him: 'Can I have a kiss?" "It was a really weird experience".

It was the final day of the royal couple's tour. Earlier today she looked fresh and cheerful in a pale rose dress by Lela Rose as she and William met members of the public outside Truro Cathedral in Cornwall. William has often gone out on a limb.

"A lot of the guys were on the same site as me back then and knew the Prince Charles story".

Kieran Hladkji, 16, had spent two weeks preparing to show the Duke how to use the eight- piece drum kit with double bass pedal.

"We hope to have an update on the weather soon". The duke and duchess took in a tour of the help-line center and met with children and volunteers.

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