Kate Middleton ditched the tiara for a Cub Scout neckerchief this week as she surprised a group of young scouts at a pack meeting.
In celebration of The Scout Association's 100th anniversary, the Duchess of Cambridge joined the 24 girls and boys in Norfolk and participated in several activities to encourage teamwork, respect and determination.
Dressed in a grey sweater, dark skinny jeans and knee-high boots, the notoriously stylish Princess – who was a Brownie as a child – was reported to have helped the youngsters in the creation of a 'wall of positivity' and hung up their messages in the pack's meeting area.
She ended the session with a game of parachute before icing cup cakes with the children.
We have a feeling we might see Prince George and Princess Charlotte doing their Scout's honour and wearing matching neckerchiefs some day soon.