Last night, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge embarked on their three-day royal train tour across the United Kingdom. During the trip, Duchess Kate and Prince William will visit locations in England, Scotland, and Wales to thank essential workers for their efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This morning, the royal train arrived into Edinburgh Waverley station. As noted by Twitter user @Emma4AboutRoyal, Kate re-wore one of her tailored Catherine Walker coats for the occasion (the duchess also wore her teal-hued coat to a church service in January 2019 with the queen). Pairing the coat with black suede heeled boots, a pair of black leather gloves, and a face mask, she carried an embossed-croc Multrees Wallet by Strathberry.
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Per a Kensington Palace press release, Kate and William will “travel 1,250 miles and undertake working visits, meeting frontline workers, volunteers, care home staff, teachers, schoolchildren and young people to hear about their experiences, sacrifices and the inspiring work they have done throughout this challenging year.”
On their first stop in Scotland, the duke and duchess met with representatives of the Scottish Ambulance Service in Newbridge, near Edinburgh. According to Kensington Palace, “The Scottish Ambulance Service is the frontline of the NHS in Scotland and employs over 5000 highly-skilled members of staff who are committed to helping patients and saving lives. The Service provides an emergency ambulance service to a population of over 5 million and serves all of the nation’s mainland and island communities.”
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