Kate Middleton wears royal blue blazer and skirt like Diana does on visit to Scotland


Kate Middleton joined Prince William on her tour of Scotland today for a visit to the Turning Point Scotland center in Coatbridge, and the Duchess of Cambridge appeared to channel her late mother, Princess Diana in her monochromatic royal blue ensemble. Kate wore a blue Zara blazer with a pleated Hope skirt. She accessorized with brown heels and a beige clutch.

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Hello! pointed out that the outfit is a close replica of what Diana wore on September 9, 1992.

Princess Diana in All Blue in September 1992

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Before Kate arrived in Scotland, William reflected on how important the country was to him. This both introduced him to Kate and this is where he learned of Diana’s death.

In a speech this weekend, William said, via People, “Scotland is extremely important to me and will always have a special place in my heart. I have been coming to Scotland since I was little. Growing up, I saw how much my grandmother relished every minute she spent here. And my father is never happier than when he walks in the hills. In short, Scotland is the source of some of my fondest memories. But also, my saddest. I was in Balmoral when I was told my mother had passed away. Still in shock, I found refuge in Crathie Kirk’s ward that morning. And in the dark, heart-wrenching days that followed, I found solace and solace in the Scottish outdoors. As a result, the bond I feel with Scotland will forever be deeply rooted. “

He added: “And yet, beside this painful memory, there is great joy. Because it was here in Scotland – 20 years ago this year – that I first met Catherine [at St. Andrews, where they attended college]. Needless to say, the city where you meet your future bride holds a very special place in your heart. George, Charlotte and Louis already know how dear Scotland is to both of us, and they’re starting to build their own happy memories here too. We have no doubt that they will grow up sharing our love and connection to Scotland, from the Highlands to the Central Belt, from the Islands to the Borders.

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