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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge attended a tea party at the British High Commission on day 4 of their South-East Asian Diamond Jubilee Tour earlier today in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

The Duchess heard your prayers and finally swept her hair up into a chic pearl-accented bun while wearing a Temperley London dress from the Fall 2012 collection.

Her pale blue dress with a white lace overlay with intricate embroidered details was styled with, yes you guessed it, her nude L.K. Bennett pumps.

From the ankles up, this is my second favourite look so far, following the Prabal Gurung digital-print dress.

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Earlier today, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge continued their South-East Asian tour by visiting the Assyakirin mosque in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

The Duchess wore a Beulah ‘Sabitri’ powder-blue knee-length dress with billowing sleeves and a button-down front, which she of course paired with L.K. Bennett nude pumps.

In the mosque the Duchess observed Islamic religious laws by covering her head (with a scarf which matched her dress) and removing her shoes.

Drop earrings and her gold L.K. Bennett clutch completed her look.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge attended an official dinner in Kuala Lumpur last night, as a part of their South-East Asian Diamond Jubilee Tour.

The Duchess has failed to excite a few of you during her South-East tour, so how does this custom Alexander McQueen gown fare?

Sarah Burton created a lovely ivory Princess-like gown with a sweetheart neckline and a sheer white overlay, which was embellished with gold-embroidered Malaysian hibiscus flowers.

Catherine styled her dress with gold sandals, a Wilbur & Gussie shimmery gold clutch and gold jewels.

A half-up, half-down style completed her look.

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The Duchess of Cambridge visited the Kranji Commonwealth War Cemetery in Singapore on Wednesday.

For the second time during the Royal nine-day Asian Jubilee tour, Kate chose a dress by Jenny Packham.

One again – as expected – the dress was event appropriate, if not a little on the dull side. Kate appears to have taken a leaf out of the Queen’s style book, opting for demure pastels and lace.

Her signature hair, makeup and those LK Bennett nude pumps finished her look.

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The Duchess of Cambridge continued flaunting with florals for a visit to the British High Commissioner’s residence with her husband Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, in Singapore on Wednesday.

For the official event, the Duchess wore a dress from Erdem’s Spring 2012 collection.

In addition to flowery prints, Kate has certainly favoured a cinched waist and a  floaty skirt during her Jubilee tour of Asia: The Jenny Packham orchids were followed by Alexander McQueen’s broderie anglaise and Raoul’s geometric print - and now we have this ensemble.

The Erdem dress is event appropriate and her signature glossy hair, heavy make-up and LK Bennet shoes were all present and correct.

A mauve clutch and Kiki McDonough earrings completed her look.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge attended a cultural event in Queenstown, Singapore.

They then visited Strathmore Green, a housing estate in Queenstown, the name of which commemorates the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.

Upon arrival, the couple were greeted by a large dancing dragon and viewed a performance that showcased the three main cultures of Singapore: the Chinese, Malay and Indian communities.

Catherine wore a Raoul Pre-Fall 2012 blouse and pleated skirt with a black waistband.

The look is relaxed, laidback but still lady-like.

Following her wedges from her previous look, I welcome the return of her LK Bennett nude pumps.

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On day two of the Duke and Duchess’ nine-day Diamond Jubilee Tour of the Far East, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge arrived at Gardens by the Bay with Prince William, Duke of Cambridge.

This time the Duchess opted for a look by her go-to designer, Alexander McQueen.

She kept cool on a humid day wearing a white broderie anglaise belted skirt suit paired with Stuart Weitzman navy wedges.

I love the elegant, event appropriate dress, but I’m sure you are just as sick of seeing these wedges on the Duchess as I am. I would’ve given them a pass if they had complemented the look, but they don’t for me.

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