Nicola Sturgeon pointed out royal household was made aware of travel restrictions in place in Scotland

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge may have hoped to spread goodwill and festive cheer during a three-day whistle stop UK tour on the royal train to personally thank key frontline workers and communities for their efforts during the pandemic. But there has been a lukewarm welcome from politicians in Scotland and Wales.

While not directly criticising the couple’s decision to embark on their 1,250-mile journey, the Scottish first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, hinted Monday’s royal trip to Edinburgh went ahead despite Kensington Palace being made aware of restrictions in Scotland.

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