Duchess Kate looks lovely in green during visit to Scotland, then quick changes to play tennis
The Duchess of Cambridge kicked off a busy day of engagements this morning -- starting her visit to Scotland, where she's known as the Countess of Strathearn, with a visit to two of the charities she works with. The Art Room and Place2Be are both organizations that focus on children's mental health, and are programs offered in schools across the UK.
Kate's first stop while in Edinburgh was to St. Catherine's school, where she met with teachers and students to discuss the impact Place2Be has had in schools. She wore her emerald green MaxMara coat that we first saw on Christmas Day -- the Sportmax long belted coat, to be exact -- and paired it with a classic black turtleneck and checked skirt by Le Kilt (similar, in black), a nod to being in Scotland.
The Duchess then stopped by the Wester Hailes Education Centre, where she took place in discussion with school personnel and The Art Room about how early intervention saves lives. She sat in on an art class, seeming to have a lot of fun with the students.
Kate's final stop in Edinburgh was a fun one -- she took part in a tennis clinic hosted by Judy Murray, tennis player Andy Murray's mother. As soon as Kate arrived she and Judy shared a quite a laugh and then moved inside where Kate did a quick change into some workout gear.
The Duchess wore black and white workout leggings by Monreal London, teal Asics sneakers and a white quarter-zip top by Nike.
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