Kate Middleton’s looks adorable in her throwback photo as a young girl scout selling cookies in Berkshire.

In the picture, Middleton is wearing a yellow sweatshirt and green skirt. She is standing in front of a blue curtain in her knee-high socks and black shoes. The Duchess of Cambridge also has a full bang and her hair is tied in a bun.

According to People, Middleton joined St. Andrew’s Brownies pack in Pangbourne when she was just 8 years old. She was active in the organization and was usually with her younger sister Pippa Middleton.

As a Brownie, the mom of three also attended regular meetings with her troop, participated in community service, and earned badges that she pinned to her green sash.

Middleton’s scouting photo was unearthed after she told royal fans that she wants to sign up Prince George and Princess Charlotte for the same activity as well.

Brownies are the junior level of the Girl Scouts in the United States but in the United Kingdom, its counterpart is known as Girlguiding. Brownies, in particular, is designed for 7 to 10-year-olds.

On its official website, details about Brownies have been revealed.

“Brownies introduces girls to a world of new opportunities, challenges, and fun. Girls go along to camps, holidays, day trips, and sleepovers. They get together with their friends at regular meetings where they learn new hobbies, get creative, explore other cultures, and have outdoor adventures,” the website stated.

Girlguiding, on the other hand, is suited for girls ages 8 to 15 years old. Scouts are for boys and girls from 6 years old and above. Beaver Scouts is the youngest group that is ideal for kids aged 6 to 8.

On Thursday, the Duchess of Cambridge met up with parents, leaders, and children who are participating in a new pilot program for the youngest Scouts. The pilot will be used to explore the potential of providing Scouting to children aged 4 to 6 years old.

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Kate Middleton revisited her roots as a Brownie on Thursday. Pictured: Middleton visits the Scouts’ headquarters at Gilwell Park to learn more about the organisation’s new pilot to bring Scouting to younger children, on March 28, 2019 in Epping, England. Getty Images/Eddie Mulholland-WPA Pool