Duchess Kate and her husband made the first stop on their “Christmas Express” tour. In Scotland she caught everyone’s attention with an elegant coat in strong colors.
Prince William (38) and Duchess Kate (38) boarded the “Royal Train” last Sunday from London to Euston Station. The couple would like to thank Corona’s assistants in England, Scotland and Wales on their “Christmas Express” tour by train. On Monday he made his first stop in Scotland. The Duchess of Cambridge caught everyone’s attention with a coat in strong blue.
Kate wore a mid-length high-necked composition by Katherine Walker and paired it with black suede boots with heel. For his accessories, leather gloves and a small clutch, he also used black paint and thus completed the elegant look. The Duchess let her hair fall over the middle of her shoulders in light waves.
Reindeer school tour
After the first greeting on the platform of the Edinburgh Waverley train station, equipped with the Christmas sounds of a bagpipe, the Royals first met paramedics in Newbridge, who spoke about their work on the Corona Front. The couple later surprised schoolchildren in England’s northernmost city of Berewicke-Tweed with real reindeer, who were allowed to admire the children in front of their school.
Cambridge wants to make a total of nine appointments in 48 hours. They want to meet health and care workers, volunteers, teachers, students and youth on their tour and talk to them about their “experience, sacrifice and inspiring achievements in this challenging year”.
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