The Duchess of Cambridge wears a £170 blouse by Samantha Cameron in Glasgow

The Duchess of Cambridge arrives in Scotland to begin a two-day visit to Glasgow for Mental Health Awareness Week. (PENNSYLVANIA)

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived in Glasgow for a two-day visit to Scotland as part of a UK-wide tour for the couple to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee this year and in honor of Mental Health Awareness Week.

the royal couple began their city tour with a visit to St. John’s Elementary School.

Kate, 40, stunned in an all-blue ensemble to join a Roots of Empathy session at school and speak with the students and teachers who attend.

The Duchess was seen cuddling an 18-month-old baby while getting to know the instructors during the session which saw students interact with a mother and her young baby as they learned to better understand the needs and baby’s emotions.

The Duchess of Cambridge was seen taking part in the Roots of Empathy session at Glasgow School.  (PENNSYLVANIA)

The Duchess of Cambridge was seen taking part in the Roots of Empathy session at Glasgow School. (PENNSYLVANIA)

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Kate wore a £170 ‘Riley’ silk blouse from Cefinn, the brand founded by Samantha Cameron in 2017, and added navy tailored trousers and navy suede heels to the monochrome look.

The Duchess redone a navy Catherine Walker coat over it and accessorized with Annoushka pearl earrings.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will spend two days in Scotland focusing on public engagements around mental health as part of Mental Health Awareness Week.

The Duchess of Cambridge wore a coat by Catherine Walker, one of Princess Diana's go-to designers.  (PENNSYLVANIA)

The Duchess of Cambridge wore a coat by Catherine Walker, one of Princess Diana’s go-to designers. (PENNSYLVANIA)

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After attending the primary school session, the couple are expected to visit a project run by The Wheatley Group that is transforming the lives of vulnerable people and those at risk of homelessness.

William and Kate, known as the Earl and Countess of Strathearn in Scotland, will also visit a new property in the Kennishead area later on Wednesday and hear about the importance of good quality, safe accommodation.

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