Kate Middleton and Prince William don ‘his and hers’ khaki jackets and pose for selfies on Scotland trip | The Sun

KATE Middleton and husband Prince William proved yet again they're the ultimate couple goals, as the two donned 'his and hers' jackets during a visit to Scotland.

The stylish Princess of Wales and hubby Prince William looked as adorable as ever as they were cycling around picturesque Scotland this afternoon.

The duo, mum and dad to Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, have travelled to Scotland to spend the day in Burghead, Moray and Inverness.

As the fashion icon visited the Outfit Moray charity which delivers outdoor learning programmes to young people, 41-year-old Kate looked as elegant as ever, sporting a khaki quilted jacket with tartain print.

Prepared for the cold weather, the Royal had layered the jacket over a black turtleneck jumper, a pair of black jeans, as well as heavy-duty boots.

Meanwhile, Prince William, 41, looked just as sharp in a similar style khaki jacket he was weaing with navy trousers.



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Not long afterwards, Kate then showed off her icredible athletic skills, as she jumped on a mountain bike to take it for a ride – hubby Wills was right behind her.

As the couple chatted to fans of the Royal family, they also took a few selfies with the public, some of which have already been shared on X, formerly known as Twitter.

The two are scheduled to visit three destinations today – Outfit Moray, Brodieshill Farm and the DAY1 mentoring charity, Mail Online reported.

Outfit Moray offers young people in the area accessible and affordable outdoor learning workshops, encouraging the generationg to get outside.

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It also aims to help them develop cruicial life skills whilst also improving their mental and physical health in the process.

Since its inception in 2003 Outside Moray reports it's worked with more than 16,000 young people.

Some of the activities provided by the charity include mountain biking, paddlesports, rock climbing, archery and bushcraft.  

The Royals are also set to meet with the Lower Speyside Young Farmers, whilst Farmstrong Scotland representatives are chatting to the duo about how their organisations are supporting the local community.

Lower Speyside Young Farmers is run for young people from any background from the ages of 14-29 and provides opportunities for socialising and interaction.

The group recently took part in the ''Are ewe okay'' campaign, which encourages members to talk about their mental health in an attempt to break down the stigma and taboo around it.

Their third and final engagement of the packed afternoon is the DAY1 charity in Inverness, which provides mentoring, training, personal development and employability services to vulnerable young people.

This charity aims to equip young people with social and emotional skills needed to succeed in life and provides mentoring and personal development programmes.

According to the programme, these allow to build self-reliance, self-confidence, as well as help the younger generation to identify their own interests.

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