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Kate Middleton, Cub Scout Meeting

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Kate Middleton deserves a merit badge for treating a group of young Cub Scouts to a day they won't soon forget. 

In celebration of The Scout Association's 100th anniversary, the Duchess of Cambridge stopped by a pack meeting Wednesday to meet a lucky group of 24 girls and boys between the ages of 8 and 10. Prince William's stunning wife dressed for the occasion in her very own Cub Scout neckerchief, a cozy grey sweater, dark skinny jeans and knee-high boots.

In addition to posing for photos (Excellent Scout's Honor salute, Kate!), the group participated in a number of activities promoting teamwork and respect. 

Kate Middleton, Cub Scout Meeting

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Kate Middleton, Cub Scout Meeting

Ben Stansall -WPA Pool/Getty Images

Per Kensington Palace's Twitter account, Kate assisted in the creation of a "wall of positivity," helping the Scouts craft messages to hang up in their meeting area. Later on, Middleton took part in a kid-friendly game of parachute and even helped the Cub Scouts decorate a few sweet treats. 

The Royal has special ties to the organization, as she herself became a Brownie during her younger years. 

Back in 2012, Middleton announced that she would serve as a volunteer for the organization, and since then has stepped out to support the Cub Scouts quite a few times. 

Looks like Prince George and Princess Charlotte have a future with their own pack!