Kate, 32, was gifted the cute teddy bear – clad in tartan – while visiting MacRosty Park in Crieff on Thursday (28 May).
The mother-of-one accepted the soft toy from a young girl, while husband Prince William joked that the teddy's kilt would probably fit their son Prince George.
Kate and William – who are known as the Earl and Countess of Strathearn in Scotland – travelled north without their baby today. He was at home with his nanny.
Their Scottish visit started with a tour of the Strathearn Community Campus, which houses a high school, community library and outdoor and indoor sports facilities.
While there, Kate met with young students while William chatted to local air ambulance crews.
Their next stop was MacRosty Park, where they again spoke with local primary school pupils and royal well wishers who had turned out to greet them, as well as unveiling a new plaque.
It was eleven-year-old Louisa Leckie who gifted Kate with the gorgeous oversized teddy bear as a present for little Prince George.
The bear was dressed in Strathearn tartan just for Kate, the Countess of Strathearn.
Today's royal visit to Scotland marked the couple's first public appearance since their successful tour of Australia and New Zealand in April, where they were accompanied by Prince George.
Scotland holds special memories for William and Kate as it was where they met. They were students at St Andrews when they got to know each other, and their initial romance blossomed in Scotland away from the public eye.
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