William & Kate ‘get kids interested in farming’
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are getting their children involved in farming, the couple revealed on a day out in Wales to mark St David’s Day.
The future Prince and Princess of Wales visited a goat farm in Llanvetherine near Abergavenny and told how Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis had helped out with their animals during half term.
The family is believed to be staying in Norfolk, where the Prince of Wales has been working to convert the Queen’s Sandringham estate into a fully organic farm.
During a day out in the Welsh glens, the couple attempted to make traditional Welsh cakes at a community center but the future king told the young people watching: “Don’t judge my cooking…”
While touring Pant Farm, where Gary and Jess Yeomans, both 50, produce goat’s milk that has supplied a local cheesemaker for two decades, William spotted a robotic silage sweeper in one of the barns.
Gary explained it could also be used to move feed, and the Duchess replied: “That was George’s job at half-time – moving feed.”
William told his hosts the children had become involved on the farm, adding, “We’re also trying agroforestry.”
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