The Duchess of Cambridge looks stylish in a blue blouse and navy trousers during Scotland trip

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One day after the Duchess of Cambridge stepped out in a chic navy and white Michael Kors coat dress, the duchess opted for an all-blue look again. Kate and Prince William are in Scotland for a two-day royal tour, and the couple started their day at St. John’s Primary School in Glasgow. Kate wore her hair down in soft waves and paired a Cefinn blouse with belted navy trousers and a long navy coat.

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Kate and William reflected on their primary school visit on their royal Instagram this morning. “Thanks to ‘Tiny teacher’ Saul, mum Laura and instructor Joan for having us along to your Roots of Empathy session earlier today,” they wrote. “How you guide children’s understanding of a baby’s needs and emotions is such a forward-thinking approach. Helping children build empathy is a crucial part of good social and emotional development.”

Regarding the Scotland trip as a whole, the couple wrote on Twitter, “All set for engagements in Glasgow and Edinburgh, focusing on the vital work of charities and organisations that are: Developing empathy in young children; Helping vulnerable families into permanent homes; And much more. This Mental Health Awareness Week we’re here in Scotland understanding more about the innovative support on offer and the impact it’s having on people from all walks of life who might be struggling. ”

The couple’s Scotland trip comes after they went to Manchester yesterday for the Glade of Light memorial garden opening in memory of those who lost their lives during the Manchester Arena terrorist attack.

“There is comfort in remembering,” William wrote of their visit there on the couple’s Instagram. “In acknowledging that, while taken horribly soon, they lived. They changed our lives. They were loved, and they are loved. It is why memorials such as the Glade of Light are so important. Why Catherine and I so wanted to be here today.”

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