Monday, October 24, 2016
Prince William Becomes Patron for the Thin Red Line Appeal for the Museum at Stirling Castle
Caption: William meets children from The Queen Victoria Schools wearing traditional Scottish attire - A pupil from The Queen Victoria Schools shakes hands with the Duke of Cambridge
He may have his own special title when he's spending time in Scotland - the Earl of Strathearn.
But Prince William, 34, didn't quite get into the spirit of things as he arrived in Stirling this morning on an official visit.
The royal visited the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Regimental Museum where he received a traditional welcome from a kilt-clad bagpiper.
The Duke has become the patron of the Thin Red Line Appeal, to secure the future of the museum at Stirling Castle.
The project will enable the museum to be redeveloped to meet the expectation of visitors to one of Scotland's key heritage sites.
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Posted by Marie at 5:11:00 PM