Kate Middleton sends thank you card she painted HERSELF to Scotland after visit
KATE Middleton today paid a touching tribute to those she met on her Scotland tour – with a thank you card she painted herself.
The Duchess of Cambridge sent out an impressive sketch of St Andrews which she drew in 2002, a year after she met Prince William.
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The first class postcard was delivered to the "people, communities and organisations" she and Wills visited this week, thanking them for making their return to the country "so special".
Inside, a sweet note reads: "To the people, communities and organisations we visited and heard from; and those who stopped to wave and make our return to Scotland so special – thank you!"
The incredible drawing was shared on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's official Instagram this afternoon, with royal fans quick to comment on Kate's skills.
"The Duchess can draw!!! She's amazing! Is there a thing she can't do?" one wrote.
Another commented: "Photography AND sketching talent?! Remarkable."
Someone else added: "The Duchess of Cambridge is so talented".
It comes after Kate – a former History of Art student at St Andrews University – and William spent a week in Scotland, taking a "trip own memory lane".
The royal couple returned to St Andrews, where they first met as students 20 years ago, before making a detour to Anstruther Fish Bar.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were said to be "regulars" at the chippy when they studied at St Andrews University.
They popped in to say hello and staff and ate their haddock and chips on a bench by the harbour before returning for ice cream.
A post on the Anstruther Fish Bar Facebook page read: "We can hardly believe it’s almost 20 years since we last had the honour of frying up some Scottish haddock and chips for, our then regular customers, Prince William and Catherine Middleton, while they were students at St Andrews University.
"Their Royal Highnesses have been in the East Neuk of Fife today and surprised us by ending their visit with a takeaway fish supper, which the Duchess told us, was a lovely 'trip down memory lane'."
Speaking of their trip during an event, Kate said: "It's been brilliant, we've had such a lovely welcome from everyone so it's nice to come back."
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