Kate Middleton, 41, braves the snow and dresses in military garb to train with the Irish Guards and learn firsthand the job they do.
Kate, brought out her rugged personality last Wednesday, March 8, as she visited the Irish Guards, a military corps that handles multiple tasks, from fighting poaching in East Africa to mine-clearing training in the field of war.
Kate Middleton with the Irish Guard
Kate Middleton is a colonel in the Irish Guards, a position formerly held by Prince William. During her first visit to this military corps, the Princess of Wales was present at the maneuvers carried out by members of the Irish Guards on Salisbury Plain.
The Princess of Wales was attentive to all the maneuvers that were made and did not hesitate to ask what were the functions of each of the tools they used in the different actions they carry out.
She also did not refuse to participate in the training. The military taught her how to dress wounds, she learned how to make a tourniquet and keep a wounded person alive.
Prince William’s wife was always attentive and enthusiastic. On this occasion she was able to hear firsthand the testimonies of the group of military personnel who work in any part of the world where their help is needed.
Kate Middelton in Military Attire
Kate Middleton did not hesitate to wear her military attire. Specifically she wore green pants, with a camouflage jacket and technical hiking boots to face the snow to the snow.
The princess was always accompanied by General Christopher Ghika, commander of the Army in London and the Domestic Division, and Lieutenant Colonel James Aldridge, commander of the First Battalion of the Irish Guards.