In the pink! Sophie Countess of Wessex dons smart trouser suit as she gets stuck into activities such as planting and painting during a centre supporting peple with disabilities
- Sophie, 57, visited centre supporting children and adults with disabilities
- Got stuck into planting flowers, baking and painting during the visit
- Donned an on-trend pink trouser suit, a look popular among the royals
The mother-of-two, 57, donned a chic pink blazer and matching trousers as she got stuck into activities such as planting flowers, baking and painting during her visit.
Sophie warmly greeted members of the community and toured the centre with a member of staff.
Sophie Countess of Wessex looked typically sophisticated as she visited Capability, Riccarton Service on Wednesday, in Scotland
The royal paired her outfit with beige block heels which donned a bright purple heel.
She swept her blond curly locks back into a half up ponytail and she kept her make up simple with a pink lipstick.
Capability Scotland delivers care, support, and education for disabled children and adults, tailored to the person’s individual needs.
The mother-of-two, 57, donned a chic pink blazer and matching trousers as she got stuck into activities such as planting flowers during her visit
Sophie warmly greeted members of the community and toured the centre with a member of staff
The Countess of Wessex cut into a beautiful cake which was made to mark her arrival at the centre
The royal paired her sophisticated outfit with beige block heels which donned a bright purple heel
It comes after Sophie presented The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service yesterday and the special Platinum Jubilee Moray Badges alongside Prince Edward in Moray.
The couple were greeted at Cooper Park before visiting Gordonstoun Fire Service to present students with the special Platinum Jubilee Moray Badges.
Prince Edward attended a Moray Badge presentation ceremony at St Christopher’s Chapel at Gordonstoun School, which he attended as a student and in his last term was appointed head boy.
She swept her blond curly locks back into a half up ponytail as she took her skills to backing a cake
Sophie was warmly greeted as she arrived at the centre and embraced a member of staff with a hug
The pair beamed as they warmly embraced outside the centre before Sophie was given a private tour
During their visit the Earl and Countess of Wessex also presented The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, and joined the volunteers at Moray Food Plus food bank.
The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, is being awarded to 244 organisations across the UK in recognition of their outstanding community service.
Charities, social enterprises and voluntary groups in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland receive the prestigious award for their volunteer-led work across a wide range of fields including mental health, youth, community, arts and heritage.
The Countess tried her hand of some arts and crafts during her visit and she looked the part in an apron
Sophie toured the music room in the centre and spoke with a disabled member of the community
The royal put her baking skills to the test and made a two tiered cake with some excited residents
This year 204 organisations from England, 22 from Scotland, five from Wales and 13 from Northern Ireland will receive The Queen’s Award.
The award highlights the continued breadth and depth of voluntary service undertaken each and every day across the United Kingdom.
The Earl and Countess later on visited a new avenue of Queen’s Green Canopy trees and The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Anniversary Stones and Garden.
She greeted residents of Capability Scotland who deliver care, support, and education for disabled children and adults
She spoke to many children at the centre, who deliver quality services that are tailored to the individual needs of disabled people