We are a little bit obsessed with the Duchess of Cambridge (in case you hadn’t noticed) and this love has reached new heights during the royal tour of New Zealand.
While we weren’t too enamoured with the red Catherine Walker suit (reminiscent of an air hostess) she wore earlier this week, her outfits for today’s engagements are truly stunning.
The Duchess, Catherine or Kate, wore a beautiful blue Alexander McQueen coat for a War Memorial in Blenheim, New Zealand where she and Prince William attended a wreath-laying ceremony.
For an evening reception at the Government House, Kate opted for a black Jenny Packham gown, with a silver fern embellishment on the shoulder.
The fern is a New Zealand emblem and Kate appears to be following the Queen with this tradition as she often makes a sartorial nod to the country she is visiting.
We just LOVE her, and her outfits.