Duchess of Cambridge Heads North to Edinburgh
It was up to Edinburgh today for the Duchess of Cambridge, as she undertook several engagements in the Scottish capital.
Wearing a dark green Max Mara coat over a houndstooth skirt and black turtleneck, Kate first visited St Catherine’s Primary School as part of her patronage of Place2Be, a children’s mental health charity. The Duchess accompanied the students in signing and performing the actions to the school’s “Welcome Everybody” song.
“Everybody should start their day like that,” Kate said with a smile.
It was over to Wester Hailes Education Centre to see the benefits of a program installed by another of her patronages, The Art Room. The charity uses artistic expression to help children and adolescents with their self-esteem and independence.
Her last event of the day was a tennis workshop led by Judy Murray, the mother of tennis champion Andy. The aim of the workshop – part of the Tennis on the Road program Ms Murray has instigated – was to show teachers and parents how to teach children the basics of the game.
“She was talking about at what age can a child hold a racquet…it’s about strength…doing the right thing at the right time,” Ms Murray said of her discussions with Kate, who is keen to get Prince George on to the court.
The Duchess of Cambridge in Edinburgh, February 24Filed under The United Kingdom
Tagged Children, Mental Health, Patronage, Scotland, Sport, The Duchess of Cambridge.