The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge started on their Royal Train Tour 2020, 1st day

Kate Middleton wore a khaki coat and tartan scarf from Alexander McQueen, and blue coat and black gloves from Catherine Walker. Meghan Markle
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge started on their Royal Train Tour, which will last for 3 days. Thus, the couple will travel on the Queen's train for the first time. During the 3 day tour, The Duke and Duchess will stop in Scotland, England and Wales to pay tribute to those who have kept the nation going during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Duke and Duchess arrived in Edinburgh, the first stop on their Royal Train Tour today.
Kate Middleton wore a khaki coat and tartan scarf from Alexander McQueen, and blue coat and black gloves from Catherine Walker. Meghan Markle
Kate Middleton wore a khaki coat and tartan scarf from Alexander McQueen, and blue coat and black gloves from Catherine Walker. Meghan Markle
Kate Middleton wore a khaki coat and tartan scarf from Alexander McQueen, and blue coat and black gloves from Catherine Walker. Meghan Markle
The Duke and Duchess will meet frontline workers, volunteers, care home staff, teachers, schoolchildren and young people to hear about their experiences. By the royal train, the Duke and Duchess will make a round journey of more than 1000 miles. This will be the first time the couple have used the royal train to perform their duties.
Kate Middleton wore a khaki coat and tartan scarf from Alexander McQueen, and blue coat and black gloves from Catherine Walker. Meghan Markle
Kate Middleton wore a khaki coat and tartan scarf from Alexander McQueen, and blue coat and black gloves from Catherine Walker. Meghan Markle
Kate Middleton wore a khaki coat and tartan scarf from Alexander McQueen, and blue coat and black gloves from Catherine Walker. Meghan Markle
Kate Middleton wore a khaki coat and tartan scarf from Alexander McQueen, and blue coat and black gloves from Catherine Walker. Meghan Markle
The Royal Train Tour is a tradition started by Queen Victoria, who became the first monarch to travel by train in June 1842. Queen Elizabeth has made regular use of the current royal train, which was formed in 1977 for her Silver Jubilee. She invited the newly-married Duchess of Sussex to travel to Cheshire with her on it in 2018. The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall also used the train in recent years.
Kate Middleton wore a khaki coat and tartan scarf from Alexander McQueen, and blue coat and black gloves from Catherine Walker. Meghan Markle
Kate Middleton wore a khaki coat and tartan scarf from Alexander McQueen, and blue coat and black gloves from Catherine Walker. Meghan Markle
Kate Middleton wore a khaki coat and tartan scarf from Alexander McQueen, and blue coat and black gloves from Catherine Walker. Meghan Markle
Kate Middleton wore a khaki coat and tartan scarf from Alexander McQueen, and blue coat and black gloves from Catherine Walker. Meghan Markle
Kate Middleton wore a khaki coat and tartan scarf from Alexander McQueen, and blue coat and black gloves from Catherine Walker. Meghan Markle
Kate Middleton wore a khaki coat and tartan scarf from Alexander McQueen, and blue coat and black gloves from Catherine Walker. Meghan Markle
Yesterday evening, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge departed on the Royal Train at London Euston Station, to support communities across England, Scotland, and Wales. Before departing, The Duke and Duchess met with inspiring transport workers who have gone out of their way to help people feel safe and secure throughout this difficult year.
Kate Middleton wore a khaki coat and tartan scarf from Alexander McQueen, and blue coat and black gloves from Catherine Walker. Meghan Markle
Kate Middleton wore a khaki coat and tartan scarf from Alexander McQueen, and blue coat and black gloves from Catherine Walker. Meghan Markle
Kate Middleton wore a khaki coat and tartan scarf from Alexander McQueen, and blue coat and black gloves from Catherine Walker. Meghan Markle
Kate Middleton wore a khaki coat and tartan scarf from Alexander McQueen, and blue coat and black gloves from Catherine Walker. Meghan Markle

26 Comments

  1. Ce style de manteau est très bien porté par Kate peu importe la couleur ; très jolies bottes à talon très fin !

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  2. Timeless elegance!

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  3. This is a wonderful idea of the two of them. And: they both look great!
    I for one would love to take a ride on this train (is this correct english??), I also would love to take the "Orient Express", but I've learned from Agatha Christie that there will be terrible things going on, so I prefer the tube in my hometown ;-)

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    1. Lol 😄. (And your English is perfect, Coralie.)

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    2. Jane Chantal, thank you very much! You are a very nice person!

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    3. @Coralie Thanks for the giggle.

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    4. @ Coralie
      Your comment is great as always!
      Yes, they both look great.

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    5. Maria and Anonymous, thank you for your nice words!

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    1. Then why bother commenting then.

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    2. Thank you for letting us know.

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    3. Jealous?

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    4. @ Anon .9.08
      You guessed right.
      I think what you said can explain well some unpleasant comments being made about Beatrice, Amalia and Kate.

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  5. I love that olive green coat with the plaid scarf. Gorgeous.
    Chel

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  6. I think it is great that the Duchess seems to "rewear" some of her old coats (which look and fit great!). I think that's how it should be. It would have sent the wrong message for this engagement if she hadn't.

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  7. Love both the coats but the blue one is my favourite. It gives a beautiful streamlined silhouette and looks warm and cosy--it's bitterly cold in Scotland today. Lovely to see them on this tour and what a great idea

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  8. Catherine , bezaubernd und elegant wie immer , was hat William doch für ein grosses Glück mit seiner Frau !!

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  9. classy, classic, clean lines, chic, love this couple, dressed for occasion.

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  10. I think both her coats are a wrong model for her body type. She is slim and tall. These tight coats make her look like a stick. Her hair style increase the effect.
    Lisa

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  11. I thought the Euston line went to Glasgow and the Kings Cross line went to Edinburgh; having travelled on the line numerous times; there is great scenery along the line. The coats look nice; it is a pity they didn't give Kate's coat a different colour collar. It is nice to see the piper at the station; so Scottish.

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  12. Catherine has found a very personal style that suits her very well, she looks incredibly sophisticated on these well tailored coats, love both, they fit her like glove and the accessories are just perfectly chosen with a little color and detail but nothing overdone.
    The hair is fabulous... long gone are those dress/coats... she looks superb!
    Sandra F

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  13. Beautiful coats, love the tartan scarf, gorgeous splash of colour.

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  14. Catherine has certainly hair goals!

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