The Princess Wears Burberry for Scotland Engagements UPDATED with Boot ID – What Kate Wore

The Duchess of Rothesay was dressed casually for a day of engagements with the Duke of Rothesay in Moray and Inverness, Scotland.

Today’s commitments focused on organizations that support rural communities. The couple’s first stop was a local elementary school, where students welcomed royalty.

More of Radio Planet article.

Kate told another student, Oliver, to go easy on the fist bumps following a mid-term accident for the Princess of Wales.

“He said he hurt his finger playing on the trampoline with his kids.

“He also said he couldn’t do too many punches or high-fives because it hurt!”

The Prince and Princess were at school to connect with Moray Suit, “an award-winning charity providing life-changing outdoor learning and adventure activity programs for young people,” according to the organization’s website. They watched some of the youth take part in a mountain bike exercise.

More about the organization of The daily log history.

Outfit Moray supports young people aged between eight and 18 and has worked with over 16,000 young people since its inception in 2003. It runs a wide range of activities including mountain biking, paddle sports, rock climbing, archery and bushcraft .

The Princess consoled a cyclist who fell from his bicycle.

Here’s a quick video of her chatting with the young man.

Then the couple went for a walk in the countryside.

A quick video.

More of he daily mail history.

They spoke to the charity’s chief executive and a group of schoolchildren before getting on their bikes, and William asked the children questions, including what sports they enjoy and which football teams they support.

He was later up there to say he found a bike swing “tricky” but both he and Kate managed to complete the circuit unscathed, encouraged by chants of “Go William” from well-wishers.

They also spent time talking to supporters.

Students Ruby Grant and James Young presented the princess with flowers.
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They were also given three teddy bears, one for each of the children in Wales.
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Kensington Palace posted on social media after the engagement. Their next stop was about 15 minutes away in Brodieshill Farma family business.

They were at the farm to learn about “…the efforts being made to better support the mental health and wellbeing of young people,” according to a Palace news release.

The press release also notes that the farm has “a space for young children to explore and learn…an indoor and outdoor area for child-led play where families, including those at nearby RAF Kinloss and RAF Lossiemouth, they can focus and reconnect with their children. , and meet regularly as a group.”

At Brodiehill Farm, they met members of the Lower Speyside Young Farmers group and representatives from Farmstrong Scotland.

The group recently participated in the contest “Are the Sheep Okay?” campaign, run by the Scottish Association of Young Farmers’ Clubs, which encourages members to talk about mental health and end the stigma associated with the topic.

The last commitment of the day was in DAY 1described by Kensington Palace as “a Highland-based charity providing mentoring, training, personal development and employability services to vulnerable young people.”

The organization offers a year-long mentoring program that helps disconnected youth develop resilience and achieve their potential, noting on its website that “Since 2005, 93% of young people matched with a DAY1 mentor have achieved a positive destination, such as work, further education or training.”

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The Princess with some participants from DAY1.

DAY1 owns Inverness Kart Raceway, where its automotive skills learning programs are held.

More about today’s visit from this Northern Times history.

The Prince of Wales revealed his passion for motorsport and all things mechanical in Inverness, joking that he would have loved the opportunity to accompany his wife Kate around the Inverness Kart Raceway indoor circuit during a visit to the site today.

The Duke of Rothesay spoke happily of his and the Princess of Wales’s fierce “competitive streaks” at the end of an hour-and-a-half visit to youth charity DAY1 and said they would have loved to tackle the go-kart circuit in a race.

we return to The Northern Times article.

Dylan Mackay (13), a third year student at Inverness Royal Academy, said: “I’ve been here for a year and a half and it’s been brilliant to get out on the track, meet like-minded people and learn new skills. It has given me a lot of confidence. I wasn’t sure I would be able to stand up and chat with the royal couple and I probably wouldn’t have been able to not long ago, but they were down to earth and chatted very easily. Everything was very happy.

“They were first class to us, a lovely couple.”

Embed from Getty ImagesHere’s a video Kensington Palace released after the DAY 1 engagement.

Here’s one more photo from today’s engagements, the princess meeting a girl with angel wings.

Now let’s see what Kate wore today.

We start with his jacket, a garment from last season by Burberrythe tags Checked quilted jacket with diamonds. The garment shows off the brand’s signature check in a wool and polyester fabric. The jacket features a fitted silhouette with a cinched waist, angled front pockets, bias trim, gold-tone front snaps, and a black corduroy spread collar. Thanks to Middleton Maven for this identification.

A closer look at the collar, pockets and rubber logo patch on the cuff.

Under the jacket, the Princess was wearing a turtleneck that we had not seen before. While it’s hard to tell without seeing more of the sweater, Middleton Maven suggests it’s the Polo Ralph Lauren Wool and Cashmere Turtleneck Sweater ($398). The garment has a boxy cut with ribbing at the neck, cuffs and hem.

I haven’t been able to get a good look at the jeans, but I will later tonight.. UPDATE: The jeans look like another pair of mom’s, the weekend style, in a color called “Deep End”. I show them to you below at Saks ($258), but they are also in stock at Motheras well as at Nordstrom and in Neiman Marcus. thanks to Kate Middleton Style for this identification.

The Princess was wearing the same boots she wore yesterday, which I have moved to the UFO category. Having a much better photo today helped me see that these are not the Reiss Theas. One big difference: the Reiss have stitching on the sole, while the boots the Princess is wearing are not stitched.

UPDATE 9:45 p.m. With thanks to no more ufosthe boots look like a ba&sh model, the brand Codalie Chelsea Boot in Chocolate Brown (179 euros, about 190 dollars at the current exchange rate).

The boots are 100% leather with a slip-on design, with a serrated sole and inserted elastic. It is available in black in ba&sh ($460) and in Bloomingdale’s ($460). The Princess has also worn a belt from the brand.

It seemed like the princess had been using her. Hoops with removable teardrop-shaped garnet charms (£95, about $115) by a Welsh jeweler Love spells.

The earrings are recycled 18K gold vermeil over sterling silver with removable garnet charms and are available for pre-order with expected delivery in 10-12 weeks.


He Royal Family Channel video.

MFR News offers two minutes of coverage in this video.

Outfit Moray posted a 1:25 video of today’s engagement.

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