In pictures: Prince William and Kate visit Scotland

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The Duchess of Cambridge with local schoolchildren taking part in the Lawn Tennis Association's youth programme at Craiglockhart Tennis Centre in EdinburghImage source, Reuters
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Kate met local schoolchildren taking part in the Lawn Tennis Association's youth programme at Craiglockhart Tennis Centre in Edinburgh

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been taking part in a series of engagements during a tour of Scotland. William and Kate, who are known as the Earl and Countess of Strathearn when in Scotland, visited Edinburgh, Fife and Orkney.

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Prince William also tried his hand at tennis with the young players on Thursday
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Kate met children from Edzell Nursery on a visit to Starbank Park in Edinburgh
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Prince William and Kate speak to members of Fife Young Carers at the beach in St Andrews on Wednesday
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The couple rode land yachts on the beach in St Andrews
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William and Kate spoke to young children while visiting the Fife town
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The royal couple also spoke to local fishermen and their families to hear about the work of fishing communities in Fife
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Kate and William returned to their old university town of St Andrews
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Later in the day William and Kate arrived in a Land Rover Defender for a special screening of Disney's Cruella at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh
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They spoke to actor Tipper Seifert-Cleveland, one of the film's stars, ahead of the special screening for NHS Charities Together and NHS staff
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On Tuesday the couple officially opened Orkney's new £65m hospital.
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Pipers greeted William and Kate as they arrived for the opening ceremony
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Prince William was joined by Kate on Monday as they visited a violence reduction unit in Prestonpans, near Edinburgh
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge saw some of the work of the project, which aims to tackle the root causes of violence
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Resident Betty Magee, 96, reaches out to touch Prince William's face at the Queen's Bay Lodge Care Home in Edinburgh
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The prince chats with Betty Magee and her granddaughter Kimberley Anderson as he visits the home on Sunday
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The prince receives an ice cream during his visit to the home, which is run by the Church of Scotland through CrossReach
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Prince William gives the ice cream a closer inspection
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A band plays during the visit to the Queen's Bay Lodge Care Home
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Prince William also visited a workshop which makes furniture from recycled pews and other responsibly-resourced wood at the Grassmarket Community Project
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The Grassmarket Community Project is a social enterprise set up by Greyfriars Kirk
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On Saturday, the prince attended the opening ceremony of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland
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He then met emergency responders at the Cold Town House in Edinburgh's Grassmarket
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Prince William also visited the Knockhill Racing Circuit in Fife on Saturday, where he had a test drive in the Extreme E Odyssey 21 electric vehicle
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The prince struck a barrier on his last lap at the racing circuit
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Prince William began his visit to Scotland on Friday, when he was welcomed with the Ceremony of the Keys at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh
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He also visited Spartans FC's Ainslie Park Stadium in Edinburgh

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