Prince William accepts highest Scottish honour
The Duke of Cambridge has been given the highest honour in Scotland after being installed as a Knight of the Thistle at a service in Edinburgh.
The event at the city’s St Giles’ Cathedral was attended by the Queen, accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh, the Princess Royal, the Duchess of Cambridge and hundreds of invited guests.
Thousands of people crowded on to the Royal Mile to catch a glimpse of William and Kate – known as the Earl and Countess of Strathearn while in Scotland – and other royals as they made their way from the Signet Library, across Parliament Square and into the cathedral.
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