Pregnancy rumours have been well and truly quashed after the Duchess of Cambridge accepted a taste of whiskey during a tour at a distillery in Scotland.
Visiting Scotland's oldest whisky distillery, The Famous Grouse, during a single-day visit to the British nation, Prince William and Catherine were presented with a range of whiskeys to try.
Master blender Gordon Motion described the Snow Goose as "more for the ladies" with its light flavour and Kate opted for that while William chose the Alpha Black.
The Royal couple then visited a village fête, where the Duchess reportedly sampled freshly made pancakes with butter and jam and a shot of £55 Strathearn heather rose gin and tonic.
"I'd better not drink too much because of all the whisky I've had at Glenturret," she said.
The Duchess wore a crimson red coat by Scottish designer Jonathan Saunders, a matching shift dress by Goat, nude pumps, matching patent leather clutch and a flower brooch.
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