Kate Middleton makes ‘biggest royals news in lifetime.

Kate Middleton's green racing dress.

 

Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, 39, “forgot” to zip up her bag while walking along a train platform as she arrived at COP26 in Glasgow.

 

 

The royal gave fans a “rare glimpse” into her bag which held a ring binder and laptop. Royal expert Angela Mollard revealed what else Kate likes to keep on her person.

 

 

Australian morning show host Larry Emdur said: “In some of the biggest royal news in a lifetime, Kate Middleton has given us a rare glimpse inside her handbag.”Ms Mollard added: “I don’t think she’s given us a rare glimpse, I think she forgot to zip it.

 

 

“She’s got her laptop, she’s got a ring binder with papers. Apparently, she always carries make up and blotting paper in case she gets shiny.

 

 

“She’s got three kids, I reckon there’s also a packet of raisins and a muesli bar in there as well, don’t you think?”

 

 

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were described as a “real inspiration” to Scouts whom they joined in a workshop about how to lead a greener life.

 

 

William and Kate made vegetarian burgers, repaired bicycles, and helped to re-wild a grassy bank with the children at Alexandra Park in Dennistoun, Glasgow, while world leaders met at COP26 nearby.

 

 

The workshop was part of the international Promise To The Planet campaign, which aims to teach 57 million Scouts how to lead more environmentally friendly lives.

 

 

Both sporting red poppies on their lapels, the royal couple had travelled to Scotland by train and were driven to the park in an electric Jaguar I-Pace, where they met 20 members of the 105th Glasgow Scout Group.

 

 

Kate, 39, who is joint president of the Scouts, jokingly threatened to slap her husband’s face with her dirty gloves as they made wildflower seed bombs with the youngsters.

 

 

While making vegetarian burgers with the boys, William asked if they had ever tried one before and whether they liked them more than meat burgers.

 

 

Meanwhile, Kate, wearing a Scout neckerchief with a khaki gilet and black trousers, helped to prepare ingredients and asked the boys: “Do you get enough veg at school?”

 

 

The couple helped the youngsters tighten bike brakes and fix loose handlebars before joining the children mixing flour, soil, and wildflowers into seed bombs, which they threw at a grassy bank to encourage natural growth.

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