Kate's Royal Tour Recap: See Her Three-Outfit Sunday (Including an Easter Hat!)
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Kate‘s fashionable tour accelerated in Australia with a three-outfit day on Sunday — including two repeats of favorite dresses from past years.
At her trip to the Sydney zoo (where Prince George got to preside over the unveiling of a bilby exhibit named for him), the Duchess of Cambridge wore a boatneck pastel yellow eyelet dress by independent designer (whom the palace hasn’t named). She last wore the dress (with the same Stuart Weitzman wedges) during the royal tour to southeast Asia in 2012.
Earlier in the day, the couple attended Easter Sunday service at the city’s St. Andrew’s Cathedral. Kate wore a dove-gray Alexander McQueen coat and charcoal Jane Taylor hat, plus ivory pumps and a matching box clutch. She swept her hair up into her signature half-up knot.
The next public stop on their tour is Uluru (or Ayre’s Rock), but the family headed to Canberra (and Government House there, where they will be based for the coming days).
It was the chance for a third change of the day for Kate. She wore a Stella McCartney dress for the arrival into the country’s capital, which she previously wore in Sept. 2012 to an event at London’s National Portrait Gallery — though this time she swapped the long statement necklace for a smaller one less tempting for Prince George to grab.
Which is your favorite Sunday outfit so far? And can we just talk about how cute Prince George is for a while?