Kate Middleton is on a fashion roll. After turning heads in a red Jenny Packham gown at her first state banquet and rocking an edgy lace Dolce & Gabbana dress in eggplant for the second day of Chinese President Xi Jinping and his wife Peng Liyuan's visit to Britain, she stepped out in Scotland on Friday morning in a gorgeous shade of blue.
Middleton dressed for the weather of the coastal city of Dundee with a perfectly tailored cobalt blue Christopher Kane coat (cinched at the waist by a matching belt) as well as a cozy turtleneck, tights, knee-high boots, and a feminine pair of gloves—all in black. An elegant pair of drop earrings elevated the seasonable ensemble.
The mother to Prince George and Princess Charlotte was joined by her husband, Prince William, on their first official visit to Dundee to highlight mental health issues affecting young people. As part of their brief visit, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (who are known as the Earl and Countess of Strathearn while in Scotland) participated in a family fun day as well as a See Me workshop, which aims to end mental health discrimination in the country.
The Duchess of Cambridge is greeted by crowds at Dundee Rep Theatre, where she and The Duke will join the Theatre's Family Fun Day, and participate in a See Me workshop, which aims to end mental health discrimination in Scotland. The Duke and Duchess, also known as the Earl and Countess of Strathearn when in Scotland, are in Dundee for a full day of engagements, many of which are focussing on the mental wellbeing of young people.