Kate Middleton went for straight-up regal vibes today during the last day of her Scotland tour with Prince William on Thursday. The Duchess wore two princess-y looks, including a pink dress (by ME+EM) that she promised to wear when meeting four-year-old Mila, whose photo appeared in the Duchess and National Portrait Gallery’s Hold Still photo book. Kate also wore a Cinderella-blue coat dress later in the day.
With the pink dress, Kate wore her hair half up, half down:
The Duke and Duchess shared footage of Kate’s meeting with Mila on their Instagram, detailing Mila and Kate’s history. Their team wrote:
In the week prior to lockdown last year, Mila’s family took the difficult decision to isolate in different households to protect Mila, who at this point was only 4 months into her chemotherapy journey for leukaemia.
The Duchess spoke to Mila on the phone a few months ago following her image being selected as one of the final 100 for the #HoldStill2020 project – hoping one day that they’d meet and wear their pink dresses together.
Today, Mila and her family visited the Palace of Holyroodhouse to visit The Duchess for tea and a tour of the palace.
Kate wore the belted blue coat dress while attending the closing ceremony of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland in Edinburg with Prince William:
Earlier in the day, Kate wore two other looks: one casual while meeting children at the Lawn Tennis Association’s (LTA) Youth program, at Craiglockhart Tennis Centre, and the other slightly more formal (an emerald suit) while visiting Starbank Park.
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