Kate Middleton wore Jonathan Saunders for a trip to Scotland
Kate Middleton resumed her public duties today, having taking time out to look after 10-month-old Prince George after their three-week Antipodean tour in April.
Given the inclimate weather (and the fact she was in Scotland) the Duchess chose to wear a pinky-red coat by native Scot designer Jonathan Saunders, over a Goat dress in a matching hue. Kate accessorised her outfit with her trusty nude pumps, a matching clutch and a celtic design brooch, which was a private wedding gift.
Both Kate and Prince William are in Perth and Kinross today, where they are also known as the Earl and Countess of Strathern. Their first port of call was the Strathearn Community Campus, where they paid a visit to the pupils of Creiff High School.
Later they will take a trip to MacRosty Park, the Glenturret Distillery (where they will bottle their own whisky) and Forteriot.
By Olivia Marks