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Duchess Kate honours Scotland in collared tartan dress

Duchess Kate honours Scotland in collared tartan dress

The Duchess of Cambridge knows how to make a statement, so it isn't surprising that she managed to steal the show as she appeared alongside her husband Prince William this week.

Coinciding with Burns Night on Monday, the Duke and Duchess spoke from their living room in their country residence, Anmer Hall, where they made their own contribution to the traditional Scottish celebration.

The couple teamed up with NHS Charities Together and Tayside Health Fun to host a traditional Scottish lunch for close to 200 staff at Ninewells Hospital in Dundee.

The lunch consisted of haggis, neeps and tatties - traditional Scottish cuisine.

Kate paid homage to the Scottish culture by opting for a tartan outfit, as she made sure to look the part.

Sharing the clip to Instagram, Kensington Palace wrote: "This #BurnsNight, we've teamed up with @nhscharitiestogether to provide staff at @nhstayside with a Burns celebration lunch of haggis, neeps and tatties."

The caption concluded with a simple message: "Thank you for all that you do."