The Duchess of Cambridge joined Prince William on the royal tour of Scotland on Monday (24 May), choosing a royal blue outfit for their first joint appearance.
Will and Kate stepped out for a visit to the Turning Point Scotland centre, a social care charity in Coatbridge, North Lanarkshire.
During the engagement, the couple heard about the charity's work, which includes helping those affected by mental health challenges.
The Duchess looked as elegant as ever in a dark blue double breasted blazer, which appears to be the same one she wore for a video call engagement earlier this month. It's thought to be a high street jacket from Zara, which has now sold out.
Kate paired the jacket with a matching blue pleated maxi skirt, as well as tan heels and a coordinating clutch bag. Her dark highlighted hair was worn down in a smooth blow dry, while she respected social distancing measures by wearing a blue floral face mask.
The couple's appearance is the first in a series that will take place over the coming days during their week-long royal tour of Scotland, which began with Prince William's solo arrival on Friday (21 May). They will be visiting Edinburgh and Fife, and also embarking on their first official joint trip to Orkney.
Scotland is, of course, a very special place for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, as they met while attending university together in St Andrews.
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