Kate Middleton took part in tennis workshop hosted by Judy Murray

The 34-year-old royal visited Scotland this week to support a cause which she has been intensely focused on for several months – children’s mental health.

Duchess Kate visited St Catherine’s Primary School in Edinburgh where she sang with the pupils and discussed with the teachers about the “impact” of the charity Place2Be in schools.


Then Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s mother headed to Wester Hailes Education Centre to The Art Room, a charity where students “express their emotions through art.” Kate is a Royal Patron of both charities.

The third stop of Prince William’s wife was at Craigmount High School in Edinburgh, where the sporty Royal, who is a tennis enthusiast, took part in a tennis coaching session held by the Scottish professional tennis player’s mother.


The Palace shared pictures of the Duchess of Cambridge from the tennis workshop.

Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, both known to be huge tennis fans, have been given permission to build a new tennis court at their country estate, Anmer Hall, in Norfolk.