The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge continued their whirlwind visit to Scotland. Kate and William went to Orkney– for their joint engagement the Duchess of Cambridge recycled her Massimo Dutti camel coat. On Royal Visit Scotland Day 2, the Cambridges spent time on the northeast coast of Scotland and opened Balfour Hospital. Later, they had a cup of tea with the Bichan family where they listened to locals talk about the challenges and hardships of the past year. For the visit, Kate opted for her beloved cashmere wool coat from Massimo Dutti as well as a Temperley London cordial sleeve knit top, a Natasha purse from Emmy London and pumps from the brand. In addition, Kate wore Hamilton & Inches Floral earrings. Plus, the mom of three brought back her favorite tartan scarf from Scotweb worn back in 2013!

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The next day on West Sands beach the Prince and his better half showed off some of their competitive nature during a land yachting race. The royal twosome, who both started student life at St. Andrews University almost 20 years ago, went head-to-head in a land yachting race — at West Sands beach below the town. Kate wore her Barbour Longshore quilted puffer jacket in navy and marigold as well as a Campbell’s of beauty nordic jumper along with a Brora Dobby cotton blouse. She finished the look with See by Chloe combat boots and her Orelia chain huggie hoops
 
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Later on Day 3 of the Royal Visit Scotland, the couple spent time at  St. Andrews University where their fairytale love story began. Kate wore a Holland Cooper blazer, Veja sneakers, an Erdem striped sweater and black slacks. The duchess also donned her Anderson Croc effect leather belt in black.
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Disney Drive-In! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge chose a special car to attend a drive-in movie during their tour of Scotland. The royal couple arrived at an outdoor screening of the new Disney movie Cruella on Wednesday in a 2A Land Rover from 1966 that once belonged to Prince William’s late grandfather Prince Philip. For the movie night, Kate delivered a short speech paying tribute to NHS staff across Scotland and thanked them for their dedication, commitment and personal sacrifice. The duchess also thanked the Queen for allowing them to host the film night at Holyrood. The duchess looked stunning in a Holland and Cooper tartan trench, Joseph metallic maxi skirt and the Queen’s sapphire earrings
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