Kate Middleton received a sweet gift for children while in Scotland today.
The Prince and Princess of Wales, known as the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay when visiting Scotland, spent the day in Burghead, Moray and Inverness.
During a charity visit to Outfit Moray, the royals received a sweet offering – three teddy bears for each of their children – Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5.
Kate accepted the thoughtful gesture with a smile on her face, as William and members of the charity, which delivers life-changing outdoor learning to children in Scotland, watched by.
Afterwards, she donned a helmet to jump on a mountain bike and met with young children who waved Scottish flags while grabbing the Princess’s hand.
During a charity visit to Outfit Moray, Prince William (left) and Kate (right) received a sweet offering – three teddy bears (pictured) for each of their children
Members of the charity, which delivers life-changing outdoor learning and adventure activity programmes to young people in Moray, offered the royals a sweet gift
The couple were visiting the Outfit Moray charity which delivers outdoor learning programmes to young people.
Kate, 41, radiated elegance in a Check Diamond Quilted Coat from Burberry.
She layered the jacket over a black turtleneck jumper, black trumpet jeans and heavy-duty Reiss boots, and styled her thick brunette locks in loose waves.
Meanwhile Prince William, also 41, looked sharp in a khaki jacket and navy trousers.
It wasn’t long before the Princess, who is known for her sporty and competitive streaks, jumped on a mountain bike to take it for a ride – and she beamed while doing so.
The couple’s visit today has three destinations; Outfit Moray, Brodieshill Farm and the DAY1 mentoring charity.
Outfit Moray offers young people in the area accessible and affordable outdoor learning workshops.
The aim of the work is to encourage the generation to get outside, help them develop life skills and improve their mental and physical health in doing so.
The Princess accepted the thoughtful gesture of three teddy bears, which each donned a white t-shirt, with a smile on her face
Kate looked in her element as she high-fived children in Scotland today
Kate looked in her element as she met with toddlers at the group
The children’s princess looked delighted to chat with little ones
Sporty Kate enjoyed a bike ride with William and locals
Kate was set for a bumpy ride as she set about the course in Scotland
Kate opted for a poppy and a helmet for the day out
Looking delighted to chat to children, Kate received flowers
The Duke and Duchess of Rothesay meet farmers at Brodieshill Farm
The Princess held flowers given to her by a child
Hands-on royal was sure to join in on the fun with locals
Huge crowds came out to the meet the Princess
Kate opted for a classic make-up look while wearing her hair long and loose
The Prince and Princess of Wales, who are known as the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay when visiting Scotland, are spending the day in Burghead, Moray and Inverness
After she donned a helmet to jump on a mountain bike she met with young children who waved Scottish flags while grabbing the Princess’s hand
On one’s bike! The Princess of Wales, known for her sporty and competitive streaks, donned a helmet as she took part in mountain biking practice
In particular, the charity helps children aged between eight and 18 who are vulnerable or from disadvantaged backgrounds. Since its inception in 2003 Outside Moray has worked with more than 16,000 young people.
Among the activities the charity involves young people in are mountain bikinh, paddlesports, rock climbing, archery and bushcraft.
It also runs a number of programmes in local schools such as cycle training, bike maintenance and first aid programmes.
Brodieshill Farm is a family-run operation where the Lower Speyside Young Farmers have gathered to meet the royals.
The Princess of Wales, 41, rocked dress-down chic as she arrived in Scotland this afternoon alongside Prince William
Kate is seen chatting to locals in Scotland, she dressed appropriately in Barbour
Always in her element when chatting to the public, the Princess laughed while meeting well-wishers in Bughead
She layered the jacket over a black turtleneck jumper, black trumpet jeans and heavy-duty Reiss boots, and styled her thick brunette locks in loose waves
Let me take a selfie! William smiled for a selfie with fans
Farmstrong Scotland representatives are also chatting to Their Royal Highnesses about how the organisations are supporting the mental wellbeing of young people in rural communities across Scotland – and local farmers in particular.
Lower Speyside Young Farmers is run for young people from any background from the ages of 14-29 across the local area and provides opportunities for socialising and interaction in what can sometimes be an isolating environment.
The group has recently taken part in the ‘Are ewe okay’ campaign led by the Scottish Association of Young Farmer Clubs, which encourages members to talk about mental health and break down the stigma and taboo associated with it.
Kate, known as the Duchess of Rothesay when in Scotland, joined in on the fun
William posed with fan from far and wide
The Prince and Princess of Wales are beginning a busy day of engagements in Scotland, where they are known as Duke and Duchess of Rothesay
The Princess of Wales sported her trademark brunette locks in loose curls hanging down her shoulders
The Princess looked elegant in a quilted khaki jacket as she arrived at the first of her three stops for the day
Their Royal Highnesses, known as the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay in Scotland, are visiting Outfit Moray
On your bike! Kate looked delighted to cycle through the field
The couple’s third and final engagement of the day is the DAY1 charity in Inverness, which provides mentoring, training, personal development and employability services to vulnerable young people.
The charity aims to equip its young people with the social and emotional skills to succeed in life through mentoring and personal development programmes. These allow participants to build self-reliance, selfconfidence and helps them identify their own interests giving them clear direction in their lives.
The charity also owns and runs the social enterprise, Inverness Kart Raceway, which serves as the location for its apprenticeship scheme in Automotive Skills.