Queen Elizabeth Was Joined by Grandson Prince William for Her Latest Outing

Queen Elizabeth had a very important family member by her side during her latest trip to Scotland: her grandson, Prince William.

On Monday, the 95-year-old monarch and the Duke of Cambridge paid a visit to the Irn Bru, an iconic soda maker's factory in Cumbernauld, to officially open the building’s new process facility. Per the official royal family IG account, manufacturer AG Barr has been making soft drinks since it was founded in 1875 and now employs almost a thousand individuals.

During the outing, the grandmother-grandson duo learned the history of the company and met employees to hear about the 140-year-old organization’s place in local community life. Prince William even tasted a sample before trying to guess the secret recipe (which reportedly contains 32 different ingredients).

For the outing, Liz looked chic in a royal blue ensemble paired with her pearl necklaces and a matching hat. Luckily, the queen shared some footage from the event on social media.

Following the special visit, the royal duo attended the traditional Ceremony of the Keys at the Palace of Holyroodhouse.

The queen is in Scotland for Royal Week where she will be taking part in engagements celebrating “community, innovation and history.” The trip marks Her Majesty’s first official visit to Scotland since the death of her husband, Prince Philip. In addition to today’s outing with William, Elizabeth will be joined by Princess Anne on Wednesday and Thursday for a handful of tag-team events.

We love a good joint royal engagement, especially from William and his grandmother.

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