The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been visiting Scotland. Yesterday the royal pair enjoyed a tour of Glenturret distillery near Crieff, Perthshire. During the tour, part of their visit to the Strathearn area of central Scotland, they sampled whisky, Scotland’s beloved national drink.
The dram of the tipple could be seen as a clear indication that the Duchess is not pregnant with her second child.
Upon their marriage the pair were appointed as the Earl and Countess of Strathearn by the Queen.
The royal couple were greeted at the distillery by a bagpiper and crowds waving flags before being shown round.
Kate wore a coral and red striped coat by Scottish designer Jonathan Saunders for the occasion.
During their tour, the couple officially opened the newly-revamped Famous Grouse Experience visitor attraction.
Stuart Cassells, general manager at the distillery, presented the couple with a bottle of whisky, personalised with the label “The Famous Streathearns”.
Cassells also gave the royals a cuddly grouse toy for their young son, saying: “We didn’t want to leave George out.”