The Duchess of Cambridge fed the animals at Wick Court - Farms for City Children on Wednesday (03.05.17).
The 35-year-old royal joined a group of Year 5 pupils from Vauxhall Primary School on their trip to the farm in Gloucestershire yesterday where she assisted during feeding time, helped to herd piglets, and even "made friends" with a lamb named Stinky.
The Kensington Palace Twitter account shared the details of Duchess Catherine's visit.
The posts read: "The Duchess is visiting @farmersforaweek at @Wick_Court in Gloucestershire today
"Planting onions in the vegetable garden at @Wick_Court with Yezda and Angel.
"The Duchess helped out with feeding time at the farm and made friends with a lamb named 'Stinky'
"At the pig pen The Duchess and pupils from Vauxhall Primary School helped Farmer John from @Wick_Court to herd piglets (sic)."
And Catherine - who has three-year-old son Prince George and two-year-old daughter Princess Charlotte with her husband the Duke of Cambridge - was accompanied by 73-year-old author Michael Morpurgo who took the lead during the "extra special story time" with the students.
Kensington Palace tweeted: "An extra special story time with Year 5 pupils from Vauxhall Primary School and Michael Morpurgo! (sic)."
And the brunette beauty had "such a lovely time" during her day out.
One tweet read: "We had such a lovely time exploring the farm with you all today - thank you! (sic)."
And Farms for city children are honoured to have Catherine visit their site.
They tweeted: "A big thank you to HRH The Duchess of Cambridge for your fantastic visit! Sign up to hear more: http://farmsforcitychildren.org/join-our-mailing-list ... @KensingtonRoyal (sic)."