Kate Middleton made a bold style statement as she met with young cadets in Ayrshire
Kate Middleton upped the style ante in a red Armani coat this morning (Friday) adding a welcome dose of colour to the grey skies as she met with young cadets at Dumfries House in Scotland.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge enjoyed a second day of commitments in Scotland as Prince Charles joined them. The trio opened the new Tamar Manoukian Outdoor Centre, East Ayrshire and meet with young people serving in the cadet forces.
For the event Kate Middleton made a strong statement in a red coat worn with her favourite black knee-high boots as well as essential gloves! The mother-to-be also used the opportunity to perform another style re-run wearing the Strathearn tartan scarf she debuted during the Queen’s Jubilee boat parade last year.
It’s a good job Duchess Kate rapped up warm, part of her morning itinerary includes watching members of Youth United, (a group Prince Charles formed in 2009 to include the Scout Association, Girlguiding, St John’s Ambulance as well as army, air and sea cadets) tackle an obstacle course.
Prince Charles was mindful of the cold as he explained he’d make a short speech to allow everyone to get inside and warm up during one of the coldest Aprils on record. The royals’ visit to Dumfries House will culminate in a flypast by three Typhoons by 6 squadron RAF Leuchars providing a pretty display.
Kate and William will then move to Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria to spend the afternoon learning about new nuclear powered submarines being built for the Royal Navy.
Then it’ll be time for more meeting and greeting as the royal couple visit the production facilities of the Vanguard replacement programme before speaking with the crew of Artful and their families.
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