April 5 - A royal trio of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, as well as Prince Charles, meet members of uniformed youth services on the second day of a tour of Scotland, while Queen Elizabeth pays a visit to a chocolate factory. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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A royal trio of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, as well as Prince Charles, meet members of uniformed youth services on the second day of a tour of Scotland.
In a bright red Armani coat, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge joined her husband Prince William and father-in-law Prince Charles on a tour of Dumfries House and a new outdoors centre in Scotland on Friday (April 5).
It is only the second time the trio have carried out a public engagement together.
Kate, as she is more popularly known, chatted to young people who are members of uniformed services, such as Royal Air Force cadets.
The pregnant Duchess, who is expecting in July, looked in good health after her health scare late last year when she was hospitalised with acute morning sickness.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II had the chance to live every child's dream on Friday (April 5), when she toured a chocolate factory.
The Queen and Prince Philip watched how Mars bars are made at the Mars facility in Slough, close to London. The royal couple were also shown a giant box of Malteser chocolate balls, deemed not good enough for sale and earmarked to be melted down.
The Queen, dressed in a bright pink coat and matching hat, looked intrigued as she watched workers moulding chocolate into the different shapes, but did not have a taste of any of the sweet treats.
Mars Chocolate UK has been manufacturing in Slough since 1932.
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