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Sophie, Countess of Wessex was in Edinburgh yesterday meeting members of the public. She carried out engagements in the town with Prince Edward.

Sophie wore two stunning outfits which had fans in raptures.

Yesterday morning the Countess visited the St James Quarter in the town.

She wore a Valentino pink pleated midi skirt in a feminine floral print.

It costs £1,390, although it is already sold out.

With the skirt she wore an ARossGirl x Soler white blouse, and on her feet she wore Prada pointed-toe nude suede pumps, costing £650.

The Royal Family issued a statement via Twitter that said: “Their Royal Highnesses first visited St James Quarter, the new retail and leisure centre which will transform the city’s east end.

“Later in the day, The Earl and Countess took a stroll along the Royal Mile, where they stepped into some of the shops to hear how they have been impacted by the pandemic.

“The Countess visited Clam Shell, before Their Royal Highnesses greeted members of the public.”

For the later events, Sophie changed in a stunning green polka dot print dress.

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She wore the £280 dress by designer Alice Early, paired in grey Penelope Chilvers heels.

Fans were quick to praise the royal, responding to the images on Twitter.

“The Countess of Wessex is splendid-so natural and pretty, inside and out! Very happy to see more of her!” one fan wrote.

Another said: “She looks terrific as does the Earl.”

“Delightful couple,” one wrote, another simply wrote, “Lovely.”

Earlier in the week the Countess was dubbed “class personified”.

On Monday Sophie and Edward carried out engagements in Forfar and Angus. They visited Forfar Golf Club, Utopia Costumes, and a social supermarket, S-Mart.

The royal wore a navy mini dress with a floral print, which costs £985 from Etro. 

One wrote: “Sophie is class personified.”

“The Countess of Wessex is just so likable and a tremendous support to Her Majesty,” another said.

Fans were treated to another royal outing when Kate Middleton watched football with her husband William and son George. 

She wore a red blazer from the high street store Zara.

She wore the Annoushka baroque pearl drop earrings, which cost £375.

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