The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge sent a message and a traditional lunch to Scottish hospital workers to mark Burns Night - an annual celebration in Scotland, commemorating the birthday of the legendary poet Robert Burns, born in 1759.
The Duke and Duchess teamed up with NHS Charities Together & Tayside Health Fund to treat staff caring for coronavirus patients at Ninewells Hospital in Dundee, to a lunch of haggis, neeps and tatties. They also arranged for royal warrant holders to donate Burns Biscuits and gift boxes to a further 100 staff to thank them for the work they have been doing.
Kate wore her Emilia Wickstead ensemble. We first got a glimpse of the top when the Duchess wore it to the Queen's Christmas luncheon in 2019.
It is still too difficult to say with certainty if it is a bespoke blouse paired with her matching 'Pris' midi skirt, or if it is a custom version of the designer's 'Anni' dress. We won't know unless Kate wears the blouse independent of the skirt
The Duchess also wore her Simone Rocha Faux-Pearl Curb-Chain Earrings.
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