Duchess Kate Middleton at the Eden Project in Cornwall

FOGGY FORECAST: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge continued their tour in Cornwall on Friday.

The young royals were scheduled to go to Scilly – an archipelago off the Cornish coast – but due to foggy weather conditions, they postponed their tour, according to Kensington Palace. The Isles of Scilly are a part the Duchy of Cornwall, a private estate which fund the charitable, public, and private activities of the Prince of Wales and the family.

Instead, the young royals took a tour of Rainforest Biome and met with team members from the Eden Project’s Dinosaur Uprising program.

The duchess paired a navy Smythe blazer with blue printed Gap trousers and Monsoon wedges. She wore the blazer earlier this year to the Royal International Air Tattoo in Gloucestershire. She donned the same nude Monsoon shoes she wore during her Royal Tour to India.

On Thursday, the duke and duchess went to the city of Truro to show their support for a “sign-a-slate” project for the Truro Cathedral’s roof appeal. The cathedral, which was built between 1885 and 1910, is in need of reparations. The royal couple visited Towan beach in Newquay, and met with children from the Wave Project, a program that aids youngsters with anxiety and other  mental-health problems by teaching them to surf.

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