Kate Middleton wears a red and green Maple Leaf Tartan scarf by York Scarves.
The Princess carried the scarf, which features the official tartan of Canada, during her tour of the country in 2016. Kate wore it again during the Royal Train Tour in 2020.
In a few photographs, we spotted a logo on a label on the scarf, poking out from the side. It features a cursive Y and an S.
With a little sleuthing work, we worked out that the logo belongs to a company called York Scarves:
About York Scarves:
York Scarves are a family run business that specialises in Fair Trade scarves. The company is BAFTS registered and a recognised fair trade importer.
Here’s how they describe the tartan scarf on their website:
Made exclusively for York Scarves most of these designs are registered at the Scottish Tartan Registry. They are woven in a deep classic twill weave from 100% pure cotton and suited equally to both men and women.
Being a full 80cm wide they also make a great pashmina or a chunky winter scarf.
How to buy Kate’s tartan scarf:
The company sell their scarves on ETSY for £16.95.