Prince William arrives in Scotland and takes on role of 'Earl of Strathearn' in style
Prince William arrives at Scotland where is known as 'Earl of Strathearn' and makes sure that his fashion is on point.
Prince William as many personalities and he knows how to carry all of them well. Right from 'Duke of Cambridge' to 'Earl of Strathearn', his sense of fashion is always on point. Prince William arrived in Scotland on Thursday (July 5) in order to attend events honoring the contributions of Scots across professions and industries. Among the events that were scheduled for him, Prince William attended an Annual Service of Commemoration at the Scottish National War Memorial at Edinburgh Castle.
He visited the venue in order to pay respects and remember those who died in conflicts from 1914 to today. Wearing an official military uniform for the occasion, he was joined by Scotland’s First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, as reported by People. Prior to the event, he paid a visit to the Royal Society of Edinburgh and presented a medal to Professor Richard Henderson. As reported by Kensington Palace, "Professor Richard Henderson's work in the field of electron microscopy has resulted in new treatments for several serious diseases and saving lives."
During the event, he also honored Dr. Thea Musgraves and David Climie, a renowned bridge builder. He also met Michael Harkins, an entrepreneur who founded Turtle Pack which makes swimming aids for children. During his visit, Prince William will also be stopping by a reception at the National Museum of Scotland to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the founding of the National Health Service.
The service provides free healthcare for U.K. residents. Around 700 guests are expected to attend the event. This comes after Prince William completed the tour of the Middle East and made history as he became the first Royal to visit Israel for an official engagement. Prince William, who recently celebrated his 36th birthday, spent his time there by speaking about the Defense and National Rehabilitation Centre.
William paid tribute to the fundraising for the Centre and addressed the crowd that consisted of great personalities like Prince of Bahrain, the Chief of the Defence Staff General Sir Nicholas Carter and historian Dan Sno, as reported by The Telegraph. Addressing the crowd Prince William said, "I have seen the growth of an idea transfer into what we see today - and it is a rare and immensely satisfying thing to have witnessed."
He also shed light on some of the memories he shared with his son, Prince George and recalled getting hands-on with some of the construction and demolishing a building. "George was at an age at the time that he loved seeing the digger in action, so it did my street cred as a father the world of good," he said. At the same time, he brought attention to how the facility will prove to be good for people who have been struggling.