Making their royal rounds! Kate Middleton and Prince William spent Friday, Oct. 23, in Dundee, Scotland, attending events for the Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival, and the couple couldn’t have been cuter.
Middleton, 33, wore a custom blue Christopher Kane coat and kilt with her go-to Aquatalia boots for the whirlwind day, which kicked off at the Dundee Repertory Theatre.
There, she and William, also 33, chatted with several well-wishers, including a 28-year-old who asked Middleton if her husband was still riding his motorcycle.
“He’s still riding it. It always filled me with horror when he goes out on it,” she replied, according to Vanity Fair. “I’m terrified. Hopefully, I’m going to keep George off it.”
The royals — also parents to Princess Charlotte, 5 months — then stopped at The Corner community center, where they took part in an anti-bullying workshop.
Not that the visit was all work and no play. The pair also made their way about town to visit historic sites, including the RRS Discovery, a traditional three-masted ship designed for research in the Antarctic in 1901.
Their final stop of the day involved a meet and greet with the young recipients of BAFTA’s Young Game Designers award, where they played video games designed by the kids themselves.
On Thursday, Oct. 22, the pair took a trip down memory lane by staying at the five-star Old Course Hotel near St. Andrews, where they met as undergrads back in 2001.
The lovebirds ate at the hotel’s Road Hole Restaurant and shared a dessert at the popular golf resort for their restful date night out.
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