Kate Middleton and Prince William visited the Emirates Arena to launch a new sports project in Glasgow, Scotland, today. Kate got into the Scottish spirit by wearing a blue-and-gray plaid coat by Moloh. The Earl and Countess of Strathearn, as Will and Kate are known in Scotland, played with a group of children inside the arena and laughed as they watched the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games mascot Clyde run around the track. During their royal visit to Scotland, the two broke for lunch at the City Hall Civic Chambers before visiting the Quarriers' Stopover homeless shelter. The duo also got to show off their athleticism as Kate shot hoops on the basketball court and Will picked up a field hockey stick. The couple will have a busy day tomorrow, as they will meet up with William's father, Prince Charles, at the Dumfries House in Ayrshire to open a new outdoor center. Scotland is a place close to Kate and William's hearts, as they met as students at St. Andrews University in 2001.
Will and Kate Get Sporty During Their Royal Visit to Glasgow