The royal couple attended the opening of a branch of the Victoria and Albert Museum in Dundee.
The famous couple Prince William and Kate, who According to the media, they plan to have a fourth child, now arrived in Scotland with an honorable mission.
The Dukes of Cambridge came to the Scottish city of Dundee to take part in the official opening of the branch of the Victoria and Albert Museum V & A Dundee, whose patron is Kate.
"It is a great honor for us to welcome the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at the official opening of V & A. Dundee. It marks the beginning of an exciting year, with upcoming exhibitions from video games, design and robotics," said branch director Philip Long.
The construction was designed by Japanese architect Kango Kuma, and the construction of this impressive cultural object, resembling a ship, cost the state 80 million pounds sterling.
On the embankment of the River Thea, the duchess Catherine appeared in her favorite green and blue tartan coat-dress by Alexander McQueen, in which she had appeared several times already.
She first put it on in 2012 during a visit to the University of St Hebrew, then visited Christmas service at Sandringham in 2013.
During the visit, the couple took part in the opening of a new design museum V & A and visited the local Michelin tire factory.
Recall recently Kate Middleton struck by the brightness of the image during the visit of the royal theater.