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In case Australia and New Zealand don't already have enough to remember Kate Middleton's sensational style by, she ended her tour with a real show stopper: a white Lela Rose dress with black heels and an updo. Looks like her husband approves!
At a stop in Adelaide, Kate wore this pale pink Alexander McQueen peplum jacket and skirt suit. While there, the Royal couple visited a youth centre where they got DJ lessons!
Making a stop in Brisbane, Kate opted for florals in a pretty blue-and-white LK Bennett dress.
Light, white and ideal for a day strolling on the beach: Kate's Zimmerman dress was well-suited to her outing, and her Stuart Weitzman wedges seemed to stand up well to the task of walking on the sand.
While visiting Australia's Echo point, Kate paired a Diane von Furstenberg the pumps we remember from her winery visit.
Princess Kate, Prince William and squirmy, adorable Prince George visited Sydney as part of their tour of Australia and New Zealand. Her chic yellow and white dress is by Roksanda Ilincic.
Okay, matching your partner is usually a style DON'T - but it's hard to fault Kate and Will's blue blazer looks from their visit to Otago Wines at Amisfield winery during their Australia and New Zealand tour. Kate's chic, gold-buttoned number is from Zara, and pairs just perfectly with that gingham shirt. With her choice of wedges, Kate looks chic and avoids sinking into the grass!
Kate looked demure and elegant in pale blue Alexander McQueen as the royal couple visited the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre, Blenheim, as part of their tour of New Zealand and Australia in Wellington, New Zealand.
Fresh from a holiday in the Maldives, to celebrate St Patrick's Day, Kate wore a double-breasted Hobbs coat and Gina Foster hat.
Recognise this outfit? Of course you do! The Duchess wore this red-hot Alexander McQueen dress last year. And we're not surprised she's rocking it again - this time to a reception at Buckingham Palace where she hung out with stars like Uma Thurman and Helen Mirren.
For her second public appearance this week, Kate looked chic as always in a royal blue LK Bennett sheath dress.
Having just returned from a holiday in Mustique, Kate Middleton stepped out at an event in London showing off her bronzed glow in a midnight blue Jenny Packham gown and a dazzling diamond necklace which shoe loaned from the Queen. (Yip, she borrowed a necklace from the Queen!)
As the patron of SportsAid, Kate took part in a volleyball game where showed off her unbelievable post-baby body in a pair of skinny jeans, wedge heels and a breton striped tee.
Showing off her absolutely unbelievable post-baby body, Kate dazzled in a glittering Jenny Packham gown and Jimmy Choo heels for her first red carpet appearance since becoming a mum.
For her son's first public appearance just a day after giving birth, Kate left St Mary's hospital in London in a bespoke polka dot Jenny Packham dress and cream wedges, looking every inch the glowing mother that she is!
For her last public appearance before she goes on maternity leave, Kate Middleton attended the Trooping of the Colour in pale pink Alexander McQueen coat and matching fascinator.
At eight months pregnant Kate stepped out for her final pre-baby solo outing in a black and white leopard print Hobbs dress.
With her baby bump growing bigger and bigger by the day, Kate attended the Queen's Coronation service in a bespoke Jenny Packham dress and coat.
Life is just peachy! The Duchess stepped out in an apricot coloured Tara Jarmon coat and trusty LK Bennett heels for a visit to a children's hospice.
Kate kept things simple on a visit the Harry Potter film studios in an oh-so-cute polka-dot dress from Topshop (yay for us!), Ralph Lauren jacket and black suede heels.
The Duchess was the epitome of elegance in a powder-blue, 50s style Emilia Wickstead dress to an engagement at the National Portrait Gallery.
On her visit to a school in Manchester, the Duchess showed off her ever-growing baby bump in a floral Erdem dress.
The pregnant princess looked as radiant as ever in a mint green Mulberry coat and pill box hat which she wore to an official event. One of the most stylish mums-to-be ever? We think so! But then again, we never expected anything less.
While on a trip to Glasgow, Kate Middleton paid homage to Scotland by donning a blue tartan coat by Moloh.
In celebration of St Patrick's Day Kate braced the cold in a very familiar looking green coat, which displayed signs of her ever-so-slightly larger baby bump!
Despite the incredibly cold weather in England, Kate managed to keep stylish in a dusky pink Joseph coat, a bow-trimmed felt hat and knee high boots.
Following a ski trip in Switzerland, The Duchess stepped out for an official visit in a brown Hobbs coat and her signature bouncy 'do. At five months pregnant, we can just see her baby bump popping out below her belt!
In a grey wrap dress she wore to an official engagement, The Duchess showed the first signs of a baby bump. Looking as GLAMOURous as expected, we simply can't wait to see more maternity looks from this royal fashionista!
Looking radiant as ever, but still no sign of baby! To the unveiling National Portrait Gallery painting, the newly pregnant Duchess wore a flowing maroon belted Whistles dress with her signature bouncy locks.
Attending an exhibition in London, Kate made us green with envy in a 50s style emerald green Mulberry frock and Farrah Fawcett-style 'do. We think we like this new fringe on her!
For her visit to the Solomon Islands, Kate got into the spirit of summer in a pretty yellow frock with a lace overlay, which she teamed with a pair of raffia wedges.
What do you do when the world is looking at topless images of you? Throw on a great dress, pair of heels and hold your head high! Despite the turmoil The Duchess must be going through due to the images that were published in a French magazine of her sunbathing topless while on a private holiday, Kate Middleton looks as effortless and chic as always!
Evoking memories of Princess Diana's visit to a mosque in Pakistan, when she too followed religious protocol by wearing a draped headscarf, The Duchess opted for a soft grey dress by Beulah London and her signature nude LK Bennett heels.
An eggshell blue flowing Jenny Packham dress was the order of the day for a solemn visit to the war graves in Singapore. To avoid the baking sun, The Duchess teamed her pretty dress with a parasol - an accessory we think we could definitely see more of!
Another event, another show-stopper of a dress! After being spotted in a creation by Prabal Gurung, Kate stepped out in a silk printed dress by another Asian designer, Raoul. Did we mention how much we're loving prints at the moment!?
On the second day of her Diamond Jubilee Tour, which kicked off in Singapore, Kate stepped out in a super-chic white two-piece with her signature cork wedges. It's day two and already we can't get enough of her wardrobe - we can't wait to see what's to come!
What better way to step out in Singapore than in an exquisite dress by Singaporean-born designer, Prabal Gurung. The Duchess, who is usually one to only wear British designs, looked the picture of elegance in this floral printed number.
For the start of her tour of South East Asia and the South Pacific, Kate Middleton stepped out in a kimono-style soft pink Jenny Packham dress and dove grey heels in Singapore. Not a bad way to start her trip!
For the Paralympic Opening Ceremony the duchess stylishly stepped out in one of her wardrobe favourites, a Birger et Mikkelson dress-coat with her signature nude heels and bouncy locks.
Roksanda Illic was the order of the day for Duchess at a cocktail reception to promote the best of Britain. She teamed her dove grey dress with a glitzy clutch and hooped Kiki McDonough earrings. And although we know we've seen that dress before (she wore it when she arrived in LA last year), we certainly haven't seen that sexy side-chignon up-do before!
Are those a pair of on trend coloured jeans we spy? Ms Middleton managed to make even a sporty top look chic as she paired it with a pair of cobalt blue denims and navy wedges for the Olympic torch relay outside Buckingham Palace.
Kate got into the Olympic spirit as she stepped out in a 50s style Hobbs dress at a charitable sports initiative prior to the Olympic opening ceremony. Did you ever think anyone could look so good kicking a soccer ball? That's except for David Beckham of course!
Only a week before the Olympics, the Duchess stepped out in an electric blue Stella McCartney shift dress and hooped necklace (Olympic themed?) complete with black Prada heels and her trademark blow dry.
At the Order of the Thistle event in Edinburgh, the Duchess dressed in a lemon yellow Emilia Wickstead dress-coat and a previously-worn Philip Treacy hat and a tartan clutch. Do we need any more proof that she really does suit every colour?
Looking as radiant as always, the Duchess opted for a grey embossed Erdem dress and matching Jane Corbett hat for the Trooping of the Colour parade. Is it just us, or does every colour suit her?
Well, well, well - we DO believe we've seen that coat before, Kate Middleton! The Duchess wore the M Missoni creation for a visit to Fortnum and Mason just before Christmas. We love it so much, we're not at all surprised that Kate couldn't wait to wear it again.
For the Queen's thanksgiving service at St Paul's cathedral, the Duchess looked demure in a nude lace dress by Alexander McQueen. Need we say anymore?
Could we ever have expected her to look anything less than perfect at a historic day to mark the Queen's 60 year reign? Of course not! In a tailored Alexander McQueen dress (of course) and a simple pair of nude heels, the Duchess reminded the world once again that she is certainly a fashion force to be reckoned with!
To mark the countdown to the Olympic Games, the Duchess simply dazzled in a teal Jenny Packham gown and glitzy Jimmy Choo heels with an elegant updo.
Nothing could have prepared us for the Duchess of Cambridge's Angelina Jolie moment, when she wore a cream Roland Mouret dress with a cheeky thigh-split teamed with a pair of GLAM Jimmy Choo heels.
At the premiere of African Cats, the Duchess sported a Matthew Williamson dress complete with jewelled cuffs and an on-trend peplum!
At the beginning of this year, we saw Kate in a rather simple dress coat. Not one of her finest moments, but it was complemented with her princess-perfect hair!
She might be a fan of high-end designers like McQueen, but that certainly doesn't mean she doesn't love a good Zara item. Here she paired her lace Zara dress with a Ralph Lauren blazer and black heels.
A few months earlier, the Duchess made a red carpet appearance in a rather daring strapless black McQueen gown.
On a visit to Denmark, the Duchess kept warm in a red LK Bennett coat and knee-high boots.
To meet Hollywood celebs in Los Angeles (including Reese Witherspoon), Kate proved that she doesn't need to show off her style (no matter who she's meeting), and wore a simple navy and white Whistles ensemble.
Kate may be the future Queen of England but she still knows how to rock a pair of jeans. Continuing her trip around America, she stepped out in a pair of J Brand indigo wash jeans and a navy blazer.
Looking as regal and radiant as ever, the Duchess stepped out in, you guessed it...McQueen, complete with a pair of Jimmy Choo peep-toe heels.
To support her hubby at a charity polo match in Santa Barbara, Kate wore a Jenny Packham printed silk dress and strappy heels.
Just before jetting out of Canada, she once again showed her support for Jenny Packham in a canary yellow day dress and nude heels.
Showing her fun side, while still touring Canada, Kate dressed the part at the Calgary Stampede in a Temperley blouse and Goldsign bootcut jeans
Once again in McQueen, the duchess rocked this nautical-inspired dress!
At an evening event in Canada, Kate called upon Issa again in this purple wrap dress which she wore with her hair in an updo.
Wearing a simple grey shift dress, Kate still managed to look utterly fabulous by teaming it with a pair of glitzy heels and her signature bouncy locks.
When the Duchess began her trip to foreign shores, she took her impeccable style with her. Before jetting off to Canada, she arrived at Heathrow in a figure-hugging shift dress and a (very British) navy Mulberry handbag.
At Wimbledon, Kate showed us her wardrobe wasn't all glitz and GLAM, and gave us a masterclass in how to rock a simple summer dress, in a Temperley London frock.
To meet the Obama's, Kate wore a simple structured Reiss dress which sold out in hours! We're not surprised why.
At the ARK gala dinner, Kate's support for British designers was evident, when she stepped out wearing a blush pink Jenny Packham gown and pair of LK Bennett peeptoe heels.
Just hours after getting married, Kate faced the world in a simple Zara tea dress and LK Bennett espadrilles.
The moment we had all been waiting for! And wow what a moment it was when Kate Middleton stepped out on her wedding day in a Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen dress reminiscent of Princess Grace's wedding dress worn 1953.
The day before the royal wedding, Kate Middleton stepped out with her sister Pippa and mother Carole, in a simple printed tea dress and patent wedges reminding us that she really is just another girl who happened to fall in love with a prince.
It also became clear that Kate's love affair with McQueen was set to continue, when she showed off a military-inspired dress coat with gold buttons, to present medals to the emblem of the guards.
Shortly before the royal wedding, Kate showed us that not all her skirt suits are conservative, when she stepped out in the rain in a tailored navy ensemble by Amanda Wakeley.
The Duchess arrived in Belfast in a frill-hem Burberry trench looking truly chic.
Soon after the announcement of the engagement, Kate arrived at the official launch of the new RNLI Lifeboat in Wales, in a slightly more conservative camel coloured coat, brown tights and muted make-up.
At an official engagement at St. Andrews University (where she and Will first met), a slender Kate opted for an even more a conservative red skirt suit with black accessories and black boots. Most certainly not one of her finest moments!
To mark the announcement of Kate Middleton and Prince William's engagement, Kate wore an unforgettable royal blue Issa dress with (what has become) her signature bouncy locks and a large rock on her finger that belonged to the late Princess Diana. From this moment we knew we were going to be in for a few fashion surprises!