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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William took part in a morning prayer service today onboard a Canadian military frigate as they prepared for a day in Quebec City.

The Duchess wore her second Erdem look of the tour. Opting for yet another blue dress.

Her fitted 3/4 length sleeve Pre-Fall 2011 dress with a lace yoke and floral embroidery on the bodice was paired with her favourite L.K. Bennett nude pumps.

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On Saturday Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visited the Canadian War Museum with her husband Prince William during their official tour of Canada.

After talking to war veterans, the Duke and Duchess took part in a Tree Planting Ceremony at Rideau Hall which was close to the one planted by the Prince and Princess of Wales in 1983.

The Duchess wowed the crowd on the third day of her tour wearing a Catherine Walker grey dress with a Peter Pan collar.

Whilst Catherine looks very presentable, I keep asking myself, “What would Michelle Obama do?”

I do however love her Tabitha Simmons Dela pumps from the Fall 2011 collection.

These lizard pumps along with her Hobbs clutch perfectly completed her conservative look.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William ended their first full day in Ottawa, Canada on Friday night with an evening of National Canada Day celebrations.

They were treated to music on Parliament Hill. They stayed for just over 30 minutes with eight members of their entourage before heading to the foreign office to watch fireworks.

Catherine wore a dress by her favourite brand, Issa.

The long-sleeved purple Issa jersey dress was accented with the diamond maple leaf brooch she had worn earlier in the day.

For those of you who’ve been waiting for Kate to do something different with her hair you got your wish, as she opted for a swept back chignon for a refreshing change.

She added navy Prada pumps and an Anya Hindmarch clutch to complete her look.

This dress is a beautiful colour on her, yet I find myself bored by the whole look.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge finally broke her three-peat navy run to wear a white Reiss dress to the Canadian Museum of Civilization in Ottawa Canada for the Citizenship Ceremony.

She followed Royal tradition – as expected – by wearing red and white as worn by the Queen, Fergie and other Royals whilst visiting Canada.

The white dress with a ruffle trim and tulip skirt was teamed with a beautiful red Lock and Co maple leaf fascinator and an Anya Hindmarch fan clutch.

The look was teamed with ruby red Hobbs pumps.

The BBC are reporting that she is also wearing the Queen’s maple leaf broach, which was worn by the then Princess Elizabeth on her first visit to Canada in 1951.

This is her second best look following her wedding day.

Her dress is available to purchase from Reiss US and Reiss UK

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge arrived at Youth Reception at Rideau Hall in Ottawa, Canada yesterday with Prince William.

The couple met with over 120 Canadian children who dedicated themselves to bettering the lives of others.

She continued the navy run wearing an Issa bird print dress with black Nine West Cheyanne wedges.

You may recognise this dress, because on her last night as Kate Middleton, the she wore this dress as she entered the Goring Hotel.

The Royal couple will also join millions of Canadians to take part in today’s Canada Day celebrations which mark Canada’s 144th Birthday.

Let’s pray for a colour other than navy.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge arrived at Macdonald-Cartier International Airport in Ottawa, Canada to with her husband Prince William moments ago.

My first reaction was, “thank god she changed.”

She opted for a lace navy blue (again) Erdem ‘Cecille’ dress from the Resort 2012 collection, which has just recently been presented.

This was very clever considering the British based designer Erdem Moralioglu is Canadian.

Her favourite nude L.K. Bennett shoes were matched with a nude clutch.

She even had time to redo her hair on the plane, as she opted for a half up, half down hairstyle.

The Royal couple will also join millions of Canadians to take part in tomorrow’s Canada Day celebrations which mark Canada’s 144th Birthday.

London, nil points. Canadian 8.

I’m starting to think that Kate prefers to wear navy to complement her sapphire engagement ring.

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