Why this ‘Royal Blue’ is wow

Scotland: She might be very busy hosting Chinese Premiere Xi Jinping and his wife over the past couple of days, but she has definitely ensured to take out time to pay a visit to Dundee to support the cause of mental health and anti-bullying campaigners.

Yes, we are talking about none other than the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton who joined her husband Prince William to take part in anti-bullying workshop in Dundee.
The royal couple was greeted by hundreds of cheering fans and well-wishers.
Kate, 33, looked splendid in a royal blue coat designed by Christopher Kane and knee length boots from Aquatalia.

According to reports, Kate said she’s vowed to ban her firstborn from riding motorbikes when he is older because Prince William’s motorbikes fill her with horror and she hates it when he rides the ‘dangerous’ machines.

The couple greeted well-wishers outside the Dundee Rep theatre and went to the city partly to show their support for an innovative Scottish festival which is challenging preconceived ideas about mental health.

The Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival is an annual event held in October and stages everything from music, film and visual art to theatre, dance, and literature events.
Kate and Prince William studied and met at St Andrews University and will be meeting the youngsters dealing with mental health challenges. They will also take part in an anti-bullying workshop organised by Scotland’s anti-bullying service-RespectMe and hold a private meeting with leaders in Scotland’s youth mental health sector.

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