Wrapped up in grey
Catherine kept it casual for a busy day on the Yukon Route railway, a last-minute route decision for the couple after they found out that the Queen and Prince Phillip had travelled the same way in 1959. Catherine’s stunning grey cardigan coat was by label Sentaler, which she paired with jeans and cowboy boots.
Lady in (Canadian) red
On the fifth day of their royal Canadian tour, Kate wore this ravishing red CH Carolina Herrera coat. She paired the outfit with a pair of pearl earrings and an elegant updo.
Photo: CH Carolina Herrera
Duchess Kate wore this Hobbs Persephone coat which she debuted in back in 2014. She paired it with a Maple Leaf tartan scarf and a pair of nude LK Bennett Fern pumps.
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This gorgeous bottle green $4000 dress is by Dolce & Gabbana; one of the Duchess’ most well-loved designers. Nude heels are a brave choice for a busy day of engagements in Kelowna, British Columbia (the same city that Prince Charles and Princess Diana visited 30 years ago), but the Duchess is a pro at looking comfortable all day, even in the highest of heels!
Queen of the safari
The Duke and Duchess spent a day exploring the natural beauty of Canada’s Great Bear Rainforest, and Catherine looked just the part. Wearing jeans from Zara, her trusted Penelope Chilvers boots and a Holland & Holland safari jacket, she looked comfortable and stylish in the great outdoors.
Kate’s incredible $8,000 Alexander McQueen number is a nod to Canada’s red and white flag, and has quickly become one of her most talked-about looks so far. Paired perfectly with red shoes and a bag, this was a step away from her usually-favoured sleek silhouette, with a slightly fuller, shorter skirt. The button-up neckline kept things demure.
The dress was custom made for her, and adapted from a piece in McQueen’s forthcoming Resort 17 collection. The stunning broderie detailing and unusual red and white colour palette makes this one of the Duchess’ most talked-about outfits in recent months.
A stylish arrival
Stepping off the plane in Victoria for the beginning of the royal tour, Catherine chose a fitted blue Jenny Packham dress worn with a matching headpiece and a maple leaf brooch. To break the look up, she wore her favourite nude heels and carried a matching clutch bag – when she wasn’t busy holding on to Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
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Royal purple in Bhutan
On her previous royal tour to India and Bhutan, the Duchess wowed the crowds (and us) with some elaborate traditional outfits, like this handwoven cream-and-purple Bhutanese-inspired number.
On the first night of her trip to India, the royal couple attended a gala event in which Kate wore this formal Jenny Packham gown with an embroidered shawl over her shoulders.
In Mumbai, Kate donned a loose and comfortable patterned frock by Indian designer Anita Dongre, in which she played a game of cricket in the park.