Known for her frugal approach to fashion, eagle eyed royal fans noted that Kate had also worn the Jimmy Choo high heels before, for her and Prince William's appearance at the BAFTA awards in February.
When she greeted two adorable sisters however, there was some confusion over the royal's attire.
"Action on Addiction was one of my very first patronages, and as such, it is very close to my heart", Kate said during her speech.
But one little girl who was waiting to meet Kate in the crowds, wasn't impressed by the 37-year-old's dressed-down look.
Kate sweetly replied: "I know".
"I came in my pants and my coat because I'm going to see some sheep".
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Kate wasn't phased, and had an entirely practical response to what she treated as a very legitimate question.
After some seconds of shaving, when the sheep started squirming, she looked up and giggled at her husband and the rest of the family who own the farm, who stood chuckling on the sidelines.
The couple tried their hand at sheep shearing at Deepdale Hall Farm in Patterdale, Cumbria.
The couple met with members of the volunteer local mountain rescue team, first responders in the community, and organisations that are making good use with donations given by the Cumbria Community Foundation. The royal also showed off her cooking skills; working with Spring Restaurant's head chef and owner Skye to create the evening's meal.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge went to the county of Cumbria in the Lake District to spend a day in a fabled corner of northwest England getting to know the locals and celebrating "the resilience and spirit of rural and farming communities in the region", as Kensington Palace put it.