- Kate Middleton is in Ireland to promote her UK-wide #5BigQuestions survey
- While there, she decided to mingle with ordinary folk and visited a farm
- The Duchess of Cambridge was handed a corn snake and she fearlessly held the animal and showed it to the children around her
Not everyone has it in them to be brave when there's a snake around - many of us would prefer to stay away from these creatures.
The Duchess of Cambridge is a brave lady and showed that when she was willing to hold a corn snake during her visit to Ireland.
Although corn snakes aren't dangerous, they are still pretty intimidating animals and could scare with their curious tongues and eyes.
Kate is in Ireland to promote her #5BigQuestions survey and dropped in on the Ark Open Farm in Newtownards to mingle with locals.
She got handed the snake and fearlessly held it, laughing and showing it to the kids who were around her.
Although Kate admitted she wasn't keen on meeting any of the reptiles on the farm, she held her composure the whole time.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported on how a family's encounter with a smake left them better off.
A snake catcher was called to remove a massive black mamba from a house and he was touched by the family's poor living conditions.
Jason Arnold didn't charge them for removing the snake and shared their story online. Soon, Mzansi started donating money and goods to help the struggling family.
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