Wednesday, January 25, 2012

The Duchess of Cambridge Becomes A Scout

LONDON (REUTERS) - The Duchess of Cambridge cemented her place in Britain's royal family by taking on her first patronage roles since her marriage to Prince William and became Scouting's newest volunteer.
The Duchess, a former Brownie, will help out local cub and beaver packs in Wales, perhaps in activities such as games, teaching first aid or cooking on campfires, the Scout Association said.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth is the royal patron of the Scouts. Other causes to be supported by the woman, who married the second-in-line to the British throne last April in a glittering ceremony watched by millions of people around the world, include charities working with young people

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