In a fresh tribute to his late grandfather, Prince William (38) brought out Prince Philip’s beloved Land Rover during his and Kate’s Scotland tour.
The Cambridges were seen arriving in the Duke of Edinburgh’s treasured vehicle for a special screening of Disney’s Cruella at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh in honour of health workers’ efforts during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The 1966 2A model was loaned to the couple by the queen and William parked it in the forecourt of the palace, which is the official residence of the monarch in Scotland, alongside other vintage cars used in the film.
Guests were drawn from various NHS workforces across Scotland and were nominated by a panel of health boards and members of NHS Charities Together, of which William and Kate are patrons.
Turns out this wasn’t their only tribute to late family members.
A few days prior, Kate (39) appeared to take style inspiration from William’s late mother, Princess Diana, in a double-breasted blue ensemble that consisted of a Zara blazer and pleated midi skirt by Hope Fashion in the colour of the Scottish flag.
Diana sported a similar look in 1992 for a day of royal duties in Nottingham, England. But while the People’s Princess wore matching blue heels, Kate opted for tan suede heels by Gianvito Rossi and a matching clutch from Métier.
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SOURCES: METRO.CO.UK, DAILYMAIL.CO.UK