The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are celebrating St. David’s Day in the country they once lived in.
Prince William and Kate Middleton have embarked on a day trip to Wales for the Feast of St. David, Wales’s patron saint. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are visiting Abergavenny and Blaenavon to celebrate the holiday and to learn more about the Welsh agricultural industry’s crucial role within rural communities.
The royals are also using their time in Wales, where they lived for a short time as newlyweds, to learn about local organizations offering support to young people and preserving Welsh history.
Their first stop was to the Pant goat farm, where they were given a tour and discussed the kinds of challenges faced by farmers. Kate sported a dark green utility jacket with a bright red scarf for the visit.