The Duchess of Cambridge met with youngsters today, who had received gallantry awards for everyday bravery at the annual National Review of Queen's Scouts at Windsor Castle.
The annual celebration dates back 80 years, with tens of thousands of young men and women being honoured during that time with King's or Queen's Scout Award for their outstanding personal achievements.
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