Kate Middleton and Prince William have been touring Scotland the last few days, visiting various different organisations and charities. For this afternoon’s visit, the Cambridge’s headed back to university to hear from current students about how they have coped and supported each other during the past year.
During their visit, the couple joined Geography and History of Art students contributing to the ‘Can Do’ scheme, a joint initiative between the university and the St Andrews Students Association, to discuss their experiences of the pandemic.
The Duchess decided to swap her casual morning outfit for a more formal, smart look.
The 39-year-old donned a black twill blazer from British brand Holland Cooper.
It retails for £549 and featured gold detailing on the handcuffs as well as four gold buttons on the front.
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It was from Erdem and retails at a pricey £650.
Kate tucked the jumper into a pair of high-waisted jeans with a gold belt.
For footwear, the Duchess went for a stylish pair of Veja’s in the Esplar Bicolor Leather style.
She added her £95 mini hoops with detachable pearl earrings from Freya Rose London, which she has worn several times throughout the last week.
Another said: “She gets it right every single time!”
“I love how she looks fab in absolutely anything, such an influencer,” a third explained.
This morning, Kate and William went yachting on a beach in St Andrews as they joined a group of young carers to take part in various activities on West Sands Beach.
Kate dressed for the weather with a navy blue padded coat from one of her favourite brands, Barbour.
She added a pink and cream jumper under the coat along with a pair of blue skinny jeans and dark brown boots.
Her lace-up suede ankle boots with a lace-up are from See by Chloe, and the royal has worn them several times before.