Queen Elizabeth is spending some time with Princess Anne on day three of her royal visit to Scotland.

On Wednesday, the 95-year-old monarch and the Princess Royal visited one of the last public outdoor parks in the west-end of Glasgow: The Children’s Wood. Per the royal family’s official Instagram account, the area was formerly the site of a soccer field and is now an important place for the local community where people of all generations gather to walk their dogs, picnic, garden and enjoy nature.

During the outing, the mother-daughter duo met with local kids to hear about the benefits of having access to the outdoor space. They also chatted with schoolchildren and teachers from East Park Primary School.

We always love a good joint outing, however, this time, we couldn’t help but notice that Elizabeth and her daughter decided to coordinate ensembles by both wearing blue. For the occasion, the queen sported a royal blue overcoat with a matching hat and white gloves. The 70-year-old Anne opted for a pale blue jacket and skirt combo and navy gloves.

Her Majesty is currently spending time in Scotland for Royal Week and taking part in engagements celebrating “community, innovation and history” in the country. Anne is the second member of the family to join the queen for the festivities. On Monday, Liz and Prince William paid a visit to the Irn Bru, an iconic soda maker's factory in Cumbernauld, to officially open the building’s new process facility.

And since Anne is supposed to be sticking around Scotland with her mother tomorrow, we’re looking forward to what the duo wears next.

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