The Duchess of Cambridge pulled out all the stops on Thursday when she attended the Closing Ceremony of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. Kate emerged in a beautiful blue coat dress with a waist-cinching belt as she arrived at the General Assembly Buildings in Edinburgh.
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Joined by husband Prince William, Kate was the picture of elegance in her Catherine Walker design, which boasted button-down detailing and 80s inspired epaulettes.
The Duchess completed her chic attire with some apt accessories, paying tribute to her Scottish title by carrying a Strathberry clutch bag designed in Scotland.
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She wore her stunning Floral Bouquet Brooch and matching earrings, finishing off the look with her £1,400 18ct gold necklace by Kiki McDonough.
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Kate donned a pair of coordinating blue suede heels and wore her brunette hair in an elegant half-up, half-down style.
Kate wowed in her Catherine Walker coat dress
We're obsessed with the Duchess of Cambridge's versatile clutch, and the black croc version is a steal at £255 for a timeless piece you'll wear again and again.
The 39-year-old royal has had another action-packed day in Scotland. She joined Prince William for an engagement with Fields In Trust, an organisation that helps to protect green spaces in Edinburgh, looking lovely in a blazer and trouser combination.
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Adding a polka dot cardigan from Jigsaw, Kate cinched her waist with a black leather belt. She was wearing a new Daniella Draper necklace featuring her children's initials, worth £495.
Blue is definitely the Duchess of Cambridge's colour!
She later attended a Lawn Tennis Association Youth event, wearing a chic £90 Ralph Lauren jumper.
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Kate's cable-knit number dates back to 2019, and we couldn't help but notice how similar it was to her late mother-in-law Princess Diana's off-duty look of choice.
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