Later, the Duchess met with another local group: The Windermere Children.
This 300-strong local community were Holocaust survivors who relocated to the Lake District in 1945 where they were able to rehabilitate in the aftermath of their experience under the horrific Nazi regime.
The engagement was filled with poignant and meaningful moments, with Kate chatting amicably with guests as they shared their stories.
For the second event, Kate made a small outfit tweak which immediately transformed her look into outdoor active to, well, preppy active.
Perfectly complimenting the outdoor setting, the Duchess threw on a plaid blazer, believed to be designed by British label, Really Wild.
The engagements marked the second time we've seen the British royal within a week after she took a long break from the limelight over the summer.
Later this month, she will join Prince William along with her father-in-law Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall where they'll attend the film premiere of the latest James Bond film—more glamour to come...