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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Erdem - Rainbow Place Children's Hospice Visit

On day six of her three week tour of Australia and New Zealand, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visited the Rainbow Place Children’s Hospice in Hamilton, New Zealand on Saturday (April 12).

If there’s one thing, Catherine knows how to wear extremely well, it’s a tailored coat.

On this occasion she wore a demure Erdem Pre-Fall 2013 bright grass-green, wool-crepe coat featuring a tab-detailed waist drawing attention to the narrowest point.

Cut to the knee, the coat totally obscures a budding heart print Suzannah tea dress she wore under the coat.

Black pumps and a Mulberry clutch accessorized her look.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Jenny Packham - State Reception

Following the Blenheim War Memorial, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge attended a state reception held at Government House on Thursday evening (April 9) in Wellington, New Zealand where the Duke unveiled a portrait of the Queen.

Catherine opted for a custom LBD from her other favourite British designer: Jenny Packham.

The fitted dress with a swing skirt was accented with a glittering fern on her shoulder to represent New Zealand’s national emblem for a charming touch.

Black pumps and a black clutch completed her look, while she opted to wear her hair down this evening following a rare ponytail earlier in the day.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Alexander McQueen - Blenheim War Memorial

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge left baby Prince George on Day 4 of their three-week tour of Australia and New Zealand.

On Thursday (April 10) the couple flew fifteen minutes to Blenheim, New Zealand for a ceremony at the Blenheim War Memorial.

The duchess selected a smart Alexander McQueen coat in a delightful cornflower-blue colour accented with a belt and pleated back, which she wore over a navy dress.

For a refreshing change to her usual hairdo, the Duchess had scooped her brunette locks into an elegant ponytail, which showed off her beautiful diamond-and-sapphire drop earrings which matched her ring.

Navy pumps and a matching clutch completed her look.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Tory Burch Resort 2014 - Plunkett's Parents' Group

Prince George undertook his first official engagement, attending a parent and baby group with parents Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, which was hosted at Plunkett’s Parents’ Group within Government House on Wednesday (April 9) in Wellington, New Zealand.

Catherine opted for an event-appropriate look, wearing a knee-length black-and-white short-sleeved dress garnished with fringed trim for timeless sophistication by Tory Burch.

Perfect for warm temperatures and chic yet comfortable, the short-sleeved open-knit dress with a cinched-in waist and elegant pleats is nearly sold out after she was photographed wearing this Resort 2014 frock earlier today.

With her hair as bouncy and glossy as ever, she completed her look with black Prada pumps.

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You can buy Catherine’s Tory Burch Paulina Dress from ToryBurch.co.uk.

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The Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge Tour Australia And New Zealand - Day 1

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Prince George of Cambridge arrived at Wellington Airport’s military terminal for the start of their tour on Monday (April 7) in Wellington, New Zealand.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are on a three-week tour of Australia and New Zealand, which is the first official trip overseas with their son, Prince George of Cambridge. Let’s hope it’s a three-week fashion parade we can get excited about.

Well, she started off on the right foot, because in spite of the long-haul flight from London with a delayed arrival time due to stormy conditions, Catherine looked radiant and regal wearing a red regimental double-breasted Catherine Walker dress and coat ensemble with metallic buttons, which she styled with a matching Gina Foster pillbox hat to top off her scarlet attire.

The Queen’s diamond-and-platinum silver-fern brooch was a special touch to complete her ensemble.

Do you regard this as a great start or are you wary of giving her praise just yet, with 21 days of the tour to go?

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