The Duchess of Cambridge and husband Prince William were the guests of honour at Dundee Rep Theatre on Friday morning (23 October), where they met families and workers involved in anti-bullying charities and mental health campaigns.
Kate has always been a passionate advocate of mental health charities and she is royal patron of several organisations dedicated to providing care and support for mental health issues.
Her dress was by Scottish designer Christopher Kane, which is no surprise as she frequently pays tribute to local designers when visiting their home country.
While at the Dundee Theatre Rep, the couple took part in a workshop run by the See Me group, which works to end mental health discrimination in Scotland. They then met people involved with a new production called In Her Shadows, which tells the story of a young woman with mental health worries.
The evening before their Dundee visit, the royal couple had stayed in accommodation in St Andrews, where they met and fell in love at university.
They are known as the Earl and Countess of Strathearn in Scotland.
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