See Every Photo from Kate Middleton and Prince William's Busy Day in Scotland
Kate Middleton and Prince William visited Dundee, Scotland, on Tuesday – just 15 miles north of the university town of St. Andrews where they first met and fell in love.
She completed her look on Tuesday with a green purse, black tights and heels.
And don't forget some gloves for the chilly day!
The royal parents were there to officially open the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Princess Kate, a patron of the V&A, delivered a speech at Scotland's first design museum.
"I hope that this museum will serve as an inspiration to others, by showing how great things can be achieved when different communities all pull together," she said.
In Scotland, Prince William and Kate are known as the Earl and Countess of Strathearn.
Prince William smiles as he tours the museum.
The couple also took a look at a Christopher Kane dress on display.
William and Kate last visited Dundee in 2015, a day that included a chat with young people about mental health.
They also greeted locals on the seafront, which has undergone a $1.3 billion redevelopment.
Kate bundled up in a green scarf to greet locals outside.
The royal mom of three told the crowd in Dundee that she would love to bring her children to the new V&A Museum.
Kate knelt down to speak to a group of children.
The royal mom even shared a cute moment with a little girl outside a community center, flashing a big smile as she let the young fan stroke her mane, styled in her go-to bouncy blowout.
The royal couple also met with Michelin factory workers to talk about efforts to find new opportunities for employees following the factory's planned closure.
Of course, there were even more cute moments between Kate and some children.
"For everyone affected, the hope is that all of you sat in this room can find a positive way forward," William said. "You all deserve enormous credit for sitting around this table together to find a constructive way forward."
He added, "As I have just heard, when a community faces uncertainty, people feel more optimistic when leaders such as yourselves work together for that community."
A smile and a wave as Kate and William head home.