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Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Visit Scotland

Kate flew the Scottish flag in the form of a red wool coat by the country’s native son, Jonathan Saunders.

SEEING RED: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have undertaken their first joint public engagement after the monthlong royal tour around Australia and New Zealand last month. On Thursday, they visited the Strathearn Community Campus in Crieff, Scotland, which houses a library, school and indoor and outdoor sporting facilities. They also visited Crieff High School, and met with groups including cadets, scouts and young carers.

Kate flew the Scottish flag in the form of a red wool coat by the country’s native son, Jonathan Saunders. She also wore a Goat dress. Their visit was part of on a one-day trip to Scotland, where they attended engagements in Perth and Kinross.

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