The Duchess of Cambridge wore a tartan coat for her visit to Scotland by the British family-run design company moloh.
Kate's £425 pure wool blue and grey plaid coat, called a worker's coat, was created by Caroline Smiley, designer and founder of moloh, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year.
A spokeswoman for the company said Kate has worn a belt from the firm in the past.
She said: "She's worn the brand before a few years ago but it's great to see she's a loyal fan."This coat is from our collection released this year. Only 20 have been made, so once they've gone, they've gone."
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