In their first joint outing since returning home from their holiday in Australia and New Zealand, Kate Middleton and Prince William toured Scotland.
Young Prince George stayed home in England with nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo. It was a work trip, people! Hold your pitchforks!
Kate Middleton and Prince William were in Crieff, among other locations, to visit the newly renovated MacRosty Park and unveil a plaque marking the park as a Field in Trust.
Middleton debuted a Fall/Winter 2014 Jonathan Saunders coat in a gorgeous shade of red in honor of Saunders who is a Scottish citizen. The coat will retail for around $2,555.
She adorned the coat with a Celtic brooch which had been a wedding present. If Kate Middleton is pregnant at 98 pounds, the coat makes a lovely cover for a growing baby bump.
Kidding. The pair also toured the Strathearn community campus, visiting with local childrens' groups, such as the Cadets, Scouts, and Brownies.
Ever the doting parents, Prince George was on his father's mind as the Duke of Cambridge greeted the crowd gathered at MacRosty Park.
Heidi Whitelock, a Crieff resident, and her son Mackenzie, waited outside to greet the Royal couple. Fortunately, no Kate Middleton upskirt photos were taken this time.
"I shook William's hand and apologized for having cold hands," she said.
"He said, 'Don't worry - you won't be the only one today.' I asked him about George. I said, 'George is beautiful, and how is he doing?' He said, 'Thanks, he's very well. He's growing and he's a very good boy.'"
Awww, proud Papa!
Later today, the Duke and Duchess will visit a distillery for shots of whiskey, likely squashing rumors that she's pregnant with twin girls, though twin girls - twin princesses - WOULD be adorable.