Kate Middleton Wore Royal Blue and Queen Elizabeth’s Pearls for a Scotland Visit

Just a day after stepping out in pastel green for Wimbledon, Kate Middleton did a style 180, donning a bright royal blue ensemble for an official visit to Scotland.

Known as the Duchess of Rothesay while in Scotland (the UK is one country and four countries; don’t worry about it), she and her husband were attending a National Service of Thanksgiving and Dedication for King Charles III and Queen Camilla, held at St. Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh. Basically, it’s when Charles gets the Scottish crown jewels; his mother Queen Elizabeth II did the same thing 70 years ago. But get ready for this detail: “Unlike the 1953 service, the Stone of Destiny, on which ancient Scottish kings were crowned, will be present in the cathedral.”

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