The Prince and Princess of Wales visited Scotland

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Kate Middleton and Prince William are continuing their tour of Scotland
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The Prince and Princess of Wales, who hold the title of The Duke and Duchess of Rothesay in highlands, visited Moray and Inverness to learn about the local organizations supporting rural communities. This was William and Kate’s first visit to Scotland in 2023.  Although the Royal couple spent a week at Balmoral Castle during the summer break this year but their last official visit to the highlands was in May 2022.

William will be travelling to Singapore this weekend for the third Earthshot prize ceremony while Kate will be staying home to assist Prince George write his Eton college entrance exam. Their quick trip to Scotland was scheduled for them to meet with the organizations working with young people to support their mental health through improved access to the outdoors as well as through practical learning opportunities.

Princess Kate Middleton showed off her mountain biking skills in Scotland
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The first stop of the day was Outfit Moray in Burghead – an award-winning charity delivering life-changing outdoor learning and adventure activity programmes to young people in Moray. The chairty aims to make a difference to the lives of others by actively developing the potential of young people through accessible and affordable outdoor learning and adventure, encouraging life skills and improving physical and mental health.

The Princess of Wales was joined by her husband to visit several organization dedicated to improving mental health in young people.
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Mental Health is William and Kate’s public role’s focus. Outfit Moray runs a large range of activities designed to build confidence, self-esteem and resilience including mountain biking, paddlesports, rock climbing, archery, and bushcraft in the youth aging between 8 and 18 who are vulnerable or disadvantaged in some way and has worked with over 16,000 young people since its creation in 2003.

Kate Middleton Opts for Quilted Jacket for a Day of Engagements in Scotland
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Kate Middleton and Prince William are back in Scotland
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The Royal couple showed off their mountain biking skills and met with the Outfit Moray team at Burghead Primary School . Before they left, Prince William and Princess Kate were given three teddy bears as gifts to bring home to their children.

The Duke and Duchess of Rothesay, as they're known as in Scotland—carried out a series of engagements in Moray and Inverness
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The Princess stop to console a young rider who fell off his bike. Kate sat down on her hunches to make eye contact with the boy and rubbing his back as she assured him he was “so brave.” Playfully changing the subject to lift his spirits, she asked, “Where’s your bike? Are you going to give it another go?” and smiled.

 Princess Kate wore a Burberry quilted jacket. She paired the jacket with flared jeans
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The second stop of the day was Brodieshill Farm where they met with the farmers. At the family-run farm, Prince William and Princess Kate learn about efforts being made to better support the mental health and well being of young people. They were joined by the members of the Lower Speyside Young Farmers as well as representatives from Farmstrong Scotland, which are both working to promote positive mental wellbeing in rural communities across Scotland and support local farmers.

The Prince and Princess of Wales traveled to Scotland this week to visit a charity called Day1
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The prince and princess, known as the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay
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The Prince and Princess of Wales have been in Scotland to visiting organisations that offer support to young people.
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The last stop on the itinerary in the region was a local charity called ‘Day1’. The Scottish charity provides mentoring, training, personal development and employ-ability services to vulnerable young people. The charity aims to equip its young people with the social and emotional skills to succeed in life through mentoring and personal development programmes. These allow participants to build self-reliance, selfconfidence and helps them identify their own interests giving them clear direction in their lives. 

The prince and princess met young people at two workshops, and watched a group racing on the track.
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What Kate Middleton wore to Moray and Inverness in Scotland

Kate Middleton wore a Burberry Jacket with Ralph Lauren turtleneck, Mother jeans, Ba&Sh boots and Spells of Love earrings for a Scotland visit in 2023. More details on Regalfille.
Andrew Parsons//Kensington Palace

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