Kate Middleton teaches young scouts how to gut fish
It looks like Kate Middleton isn't afraid of some scales and fish entrails. The Duchess of Cambridge took on her volunteer scout duties by hosting an outdoor event -- a beach barbecue and fishing lesson -- in Anglesey, Wales on Wednesday (July 12th).
Kate got her hands dirty when teaching the girls how to gut fish, and later, helped serve a dinner of sausages and burgers (presumably after having washed her hands).
A Scouts spokesperson said of Kate in People magazine, "Without volunteers like the duchess, events like this could not take place."
The Duchess has gracefully taken the initiative to organize events such as this one. It looks like she's well on her way to becoming the next People's Princess. Though pictures of this fishing trip haven't hit the web yet, to the right is one from another of Kate's volunteer events, a camping trip taken with inner-city youth last month in Kent.
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