The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge stepped out for an engagement in Glasgow on Wednesday (11 May) on the first day of their Platinum Jubilee royal tour of Scotland.
For their debut appearance, the Cambridges visited St John's Primary School in Port Glasgow, where they joined a 'Roots of Empathy' class to help students build empathy as a crucial part of their social and emotional development.
Both royals looked as smart as ever for the occasion, in matching shades of blue with William opting for a classic navy blazer and chinos, while Kate wore a coordinating ensemble, consisting of a dark blue Catherine Walker jacket she has worn previously with high-waisted tailored trousers and heels.
The standout piece in her look was an £170 blue blouse from one of her go-to mid-range British labels, Cefinn. The Riley Funnel Neck Blouse in Cornflower Blue is one of the brand's bestsellers and comes in seven other shades.
An easy-to-style option, it'll pair well with everything from simple jeans to tailored separates, and would make a useful addition to your transitional workwear wardrobe. It's available to pre-order now in sizes 6 to 16.
Kate completed her latest look with a wavy blow-dry and a pair of her signature pearl drop earrings.
Later on Wednesday, the Cambridges were set to visit the Wheatley Group to learn about its work with vulnerable and disadvantaged people, before heading to the University of Glasgow.
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