Duchess of Cambridge takes flight in Peterborough

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Kate Middleton, 35, was in high spirits for her V-Day appearance as she enjoyed privileged access to the tutor aircraft in which generations of cadets have had their first experience of flying.

Her prowess with a rifle emerged yesterday as she toured an air cadet training camp, where she also tried out a flight simulator.

With her husband Prince William's career history as a rescue pilot and son Prince George's early interest in aviation, the duchess ensured her time in a plane got off to a flying start.

"She was extremely good".

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The Duchess was visiting air cadets from the Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire Wing Air Training Corps, and was dubbed a "natural" by her instructor, the Telegraph reports.

The Duchess is the Honorary Air Commodore of the Air Cadets and this is the third occasion she has visited the cadets since taking over from the Duke of Edinburgh who held the position for 63 years.

However, under the expert guidance of Flight Lieutenant Michael Salter, she quickly turned into the motions to pilot the mock motor glider. There are approximately 42,000 youth air cadets around the United Kingdom between ages 12-19 along with 15,000 adult volunteers at 1,200 units across the country. She was very gentle on the controls, very often people are too rough.

Also, this photo of her jumping in the air with the kids, she just seems like such fun!

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The RAF Air Cadets is made up of the Air Training Corps (ATC) and the Combined Cadet Force (RAF).

"The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will undertake an official two-day visit to Paris on 17th and 18th March", Kensington Palace said in a statement.

The cadets were delighted to be visited by Her Royal Highness during their week long training camp. "Full details of the visit will be announced in due course".

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