Duchess Kate got down in the mud to feed some adorable farm animals on Wednesday.
While visiting the Farms for City Children charity in Arlington, England, the 35-year-old mother of two was photographed joining a group of school children and their teachers as she gave a bottle of milk to a little lamb named Stinky.
According to People, farm manager John Goodman told reporters at the event that the lamb got his unique name because of a “stomach infection.” Goodman reportedly explained, “The children said he was stinky and the name stuck.”
Dressed in a full khaki ensemble, the Duchess of Cambridge was also seen joining along in campfire stories and planting vegetables with the organization, which offers city children an opportunity to live and work together on a real countryside farm.
Middleton has been spending most of her time recently championing mental health with her Heads Together charity alongside Prince William and Prince Harry.