Everyone seems to be loving Kate and William lately, now that they’re in the public eye more than ever during their 2-week trip through New Zealand and Australia. We must confess, we’re all fans and we follow them faithfully through their journey, now in Australia.
We love their chemistry, we love Kate’s natural air and modest attitude, we love her class and the way she reminds us of Lady Diana. But most of all, we love her style and impressive fashion sense; so her recent appearances only impressed us more.
She did wear the same blazer and shoes more than once in New Zealand, but that was only so she could pull out the big guns in Australia for Easter. She wore outfits from Alexander McQueen, Roksanda Ilincic and Stella McCartney during their journey through Sidney, Brisbane, Canberra and Uluru.
Our favorite outfit was by far Kate’s Sunday look as she attended the Easter service at the St Andrew’s Cathedral in a pale blue-grey Alexander McQueen coat and matching fascinator by Jane Taylor.
After wearing a beautiful Roksanda Ilincic yellow dress last week (the one that wasn’t Prince William’s favorite for sure), The Duchess of Cambridge wore one dress by the designer, this time a cap-sleeved one.
Kate also recycled a cobalt blue Stella McCartney dress, matching Prince George’s outfit as they arrived in Canberra. Kate and William also visited the Ayers Rock, posing in the exact same spot as Princess Diana and Prince Charles did 31 years ago. Kate re-wore a Hobbs Wessex dress for the day, looking so much alike Prince William’s mother, who was also known and appreciated for her grace and delicacy. It’s not the first time that Kate brings a tribute to Lady Di during her journey through New Zealand and Australia.
One thing’s for sure; we can’t wait to see Kate, William and Prince Geroge’s next appearance, we can’t get enought of them.
All photos courtesy of marieclaire.co.uk
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