Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visits Edinburgh

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Royal Patron of Place2Be, visits St Catherine's Primary School on February 24, 2016 in Edinburgh, Scotland. (Place2Be is a British non-profit organization that provides school-based emotional and therapeutic mental health services to primary and secondary students, mainly in areas of socio-economic deprivation. The organisation is under the Royal patronage of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge.)
Kate's first port of call was St Catherine's Primary School to see some of her patronage Place2Be's work in Scotland to improve the emotional wellbeing of pupils, parents, families and school staff.
Kate joined headteachers from schools in Edinburgh to discuss the mental health challenges of their school community and the benefits of having a partnership with Place2Be.
Kate's second engagement of the day saw her visit The Art Room's first studio in Scotland at Wester Hailes Education Centre. The Art Room's presence in Edinburgh represents a new phase in the charity's growth.
The Countess was greeted by talented students who are working on a Frida Kahlo project. No doubt art history graduate Kate will be familiar with Mexican artist Kahlo's famous self-portraits.
Kate then join practitioners, school representatives, local stakeholders and members of the wider community for a roundtable discussion about the role and impact of the charity's presence in the area. Again, an opportunity to evaluate the progress and success of the organisation's programmes implemented in schools in the area.
The Countess' final stop of the day will be to Craigmount High School to participate in a 'Tennis on the Road' workshop hosted by Judy Murray, mum to star tennis players Andy and Jamie Murray.
Kate appropriately debuted a new Scottish label for today's events; Le Kilt. The Gray Classic Houndstooth New Wool Kilt is pleated with pin embellishment, frayed trim leather buckle fastenings at wrap front. The piece is 100% pure new wool. It's originally retailed for £440 before selling out.
The Duchess of Cambridge joins headteachers from schools in Edinburgh for a discussion about the mental health challenges of their school communities
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge takes part in a tennis workshop with Andy Murray's mother Judy at Craigmount High School in Edinburgh on February 24, 2016 in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge takes part in a tennis workshop with Andy Murray's mother Judy at Craigmount High School in Edinburgh
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge takes part in a tennis workshop with Andy Murray's mother Judy at Craigmount High School in Edinburgh
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge takes part in a tennis workshop with Andy Murray's mother Judy at Craigmount High School in Edinburgh
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge takes part in a tennis workshop with Andy Murray's mother Judy at Craigmount High School in Edinburgh
The Long Belted Coat is made of green virgin wool and comes from the Sportsmax Autumn/Winter 2015 Collection. It features a V neckline and two deep side pockets. It originally retailed for $1,800.The Duchess accessorised with her £2,200 Kiki McDonough 'Lauren' yellow gold diamond pave leaf earrings.
                     SPORTMAX Long Belted Coat               KIKI McDONOUGH Lauren Earrings
Kate Middleton wore Le Kilt Collection classic houndstooth long Skirt
LE KILT Collection Classic Houndstooth Long Skirt
Kte Middleton And her black suede Mulberry Bayswater Clutch.Kate sported her trusty Stuart Weitzman Power Pumps in black suede.
                      MULBERRY Bayswater Clutch                   STUART WEITZMAN Power Pumps
Kate Middleton Wore NIKE Baseline Half-Zip women's tennis top - MONREAL LONDON Side Panel Track Pants - ASICS Gel Solution Speed Trainers
NIKE Baseline Tennis Top & MONREAL LONDON Pants & ASICS Gel Trainers

21 comments:

  1. Chief ProsecutorFeb 24, 2016, 4:22:00 PM

    Bellisima!

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  2. When being in Scotland, she's referred to as the Countess of Strathearn.

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  3. Klassisch. Ich find's schön.

    Emma

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  4. Happy, beautiful stylish Duchess of Cambridge. Always choose the right stylish clothes for the occasion. Great!!!!

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  5. so the lululemon visit was for this eh...I see

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    1. Lululemon does not sell those brands. They sell their own brands. It is a yoga store.

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    2. Lululemon does not sell those brands. They sell their own brands. It is a yoga store.

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    3. I see you have removed the Anonymous option. You just lost 3 people that I know follow this page. Good grief. Who cares what the name is? It's your mean folks that want a name. Probably to ghost them.

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  6. Ihr Lachen ist immer so künstlich, es kommt nicht vom Herzen und sie übertreibt damit.

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  7. I really like her this time. Proper outfit foe weather and ocassion and she is happy , active , involved and humble. Bravo!

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  8. Wearing a sapphire and diamonds ring seems a bit over the top for a tennis workshop. Or perhaps such rings are the new must in tennis equipment.

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    1. Sakurahime; I do not know about you, but I wear my wedding and engagement rings all the time. So do also most of other royal ladies.

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    2. D'accord avec Sakurahime. Je ne porte aussi pas de bijoux quand je vais faire du sport.
      Elle donne son opinion avec politesse. Je ne vois pas le sarcasme.

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  9. To a person who keeps this blog: Well done that people have to have now nick or name and that messages comes straight forth.

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  10. And the difference is that we are just as anon under a nick.

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    1. Yes we are Blondiini...evrybody knows that it's not you name. And some of us only use our first name and some like you use a nick instead of your name. So yes we are anon.

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