Kate Middleton's sweet nod to Scottish title with chic high street outfit

 The Duchess of Cambridge looked fabulous on Tuesday as she headed to Orkney as part of her royal visit to Scotland with her husband, Prince William.

The royal couple's first stop was to formally open the Balfour Hospital in Kirkwall. It opened its doors in 2019 and replaced the old hospital, which had served the community for ninety years. The new facility has enabled the repatriation of many NHS services from the Scottish mainland, allowing Orkney’s population to receive most of their healthcare at home.

Kate, 39, looked as glamorous as ever for the visit, sporting caramel-toned trousers, which she teamed with her favourite tan coat by Massimo Dutti. This coat is a past-season buy the royal often wears, She wore her hair in a half-up, half-down style and her makeup looked fresh, flawless and glowing. Kate also wore a beautiful Strathearn tartan scarf, which is a significant nod to her Scottish title, as well as dazzling earrings by Hamilton & Inches - a Scottish brand.

This trip to Scotland is no doubt a special one for the royal couple - they met and fell in love when they were students at St Andrew's University, and have just celebrated their tenth wedding anniversary so it's fab timing, don't you think?