Kate Middleton and Prince William are joining Glasgow for COP 26 by train on November 1st. A photo of the couple walking through Glasgow Central Station was posted on the Network Rail Twitter page. The photo reveals the ordinary commuter outfits of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. These are the same outfits Kate and William will choose to wear when they meet with the Boy Scouts. This meeting was scheduled to take place in the afternoon of their arrival at Alexandra Park in Dennistoun, Glasgow.

Kate pulled out a gorgeous royal blue dress for the official COP 26 reception. But in the photo of the Duke and Duchess at the station, we got a glimpse of the contents of Kate’s bag. According to Mirror, Kate Middleton was carrying a slightly open Smythson tote bag. The bag is worth around £ 645, but the best part is its contents. We now know what the Duchess likes to bring with her when she travels. In the bag, we could glimpse “a few files and maybe even a small laptop”, confirms Mirror. Which suggests that the Duchess of Cambridge would have worked on the train.

Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge always brings 4 items when she is traveling

Although the photo of the station did not show these 4 objects, it can be assumed that they were part of the content. It’s the book Kate: A Biography that reveals all about the trend of the British royal fashion queen when she’s on the road. According to this book, Kate takes with her: a compact mirror, blotting paper, a tissue and a lip balm. Also according to the book, if her bag is spacious enough, Prince William’s wife also takes her camera. We remember this beautiful photo of Prince George that the Duchess took and posted on the latter’s 8th birthday.

Catherine (Kate) Middleton © Agency

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