Royal family landed in Wellington, New Zealand and first participated in a ceremonial welcome after arriving. Kate wore military-style red buttoned Catherine Walker coat and matching pillbox Gina Foster hat.
In the middle in Tory Burch dress while attending Plunkett’s Parent’s Group at Government House in Wellington.
Kate opted for cornflower-blue Alexander McQueen coat with a belt and pleated back for a ceremony at the war memorial in Seymour Square in Blenheim, New Zealand.
Catherine wowed us in black custom Jenny Packham dress with a fern on her shoulder while they admired the newly unveiled portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by New Zealand artist Nick Cuthell at the Government House in Wellington.
We've also seen more sporty but chic looks from Kate. The royal couple race with Team New Zealand during a match race in Auckland, shotover jet speed boat in Queenstown and attended a children's Rippa Rugby tournament at the Forsyth Barr stadium in Dunedin where they did some sporting activities with children.
Back to being fabulous. She looked gorgeous in green Erdem tailored coat while arriving at the Cambridge where they also visited the Rainbow Place Children’s Hospice.
Then we have aquamarine Emilia Wickstead dress and Jane Taylor hat while arriving at Dunedin International airport.
In gorgeous Luisa Spagnoli red dress Kate was ready to play a competitive game of cricket in Latimer Square Gardens in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Before leaving New Zealand Kate and Will paid a visit to the Royal New Zealand Police College where they met some adorable little puppies. Royal couple board a Royal Australian Air Force plane with their baby boy Prince George at the Wellington Airport’s military terminal in Wellington, New Zealand. Kate wore two-piece blazer and skirt suit by Rebecca Taylor.
From New Zealand to Australia. Royal family arrived at Sydney Airport. Catherine stepped off the plane looking picture perfect wearing a bright-yellow Roksanda Ilincic frock.
Lovely white springtime trio frocks. The couple at Echo Point in Katoomba. Kate wore lovely ikat-batik-printed Diane von Furstenberg dress. In Zimmermann dress at the Royal Easter Show at Olympic Park in Sydney and in floral LK Bennett dress while waving to the crowd during a walkabout on the South Bank in Brisbane.
Another wow look Duchess of Cambridge gave us while arriving at St. Andrew’s Cathedral for Easter Sunday Service in Sydney. She wore dove-grey Alexander McQueen coat, a Jane Taylor hat and cream LK Bennett Harper pumps.
The family spend the afternoon at the Taronga Zoo in Sydney. Kate opted for another eyelet pretty frock.
The Royal Family continued their trip in Canberra. Kate wore bright-blue Stella McCartney dress as they arrive on an RAAF plane at Fairbaim airport.
Another chic and sophisticated look as they arrived at Ayres Rock airport. Kate wore Roksanda Ilincic dress paired with L.K. Bennett pumps.
The couple took a stroll around the base of Uluru. Kate opted for romantic grey and white Hobbs dress.
In soft pink V-neck peplum Alexander McQueen top with a swing skirt while the couple stayed in Adelaide. They had some fun in the DJ booth at the The Northern Sound System youth community center and also at a skate park where they were presented a skateboard by Mr. Glenn Docherty, the City of Playford Mayor.
They also visit the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra. Kate wore emerald-green belted Catherine Walker coat dress.
Royal duo at a reception hosted by the Governor General Peter Cosgrove and her excellency Lady Cosgrove held at Government House in Canberra. Kate wore Lela Rose dress with its delicate macramé lace.
Wrapping up their three-week tour, Kate Middleton and Prince William paid their respects to fallen soldiers by attending the ANZAC Day march and a commemorative service in Canberra before visiting the Australian War Memorial in the country’s capital. Duchess of Cambridge wore Michael Kors coat dress.
The Royal Family pose before boarding a plane at Fairbairne Airbase in Canberra on Friday.
I love Catherine's classy yet modern style and really enjoyed their journey. It's hard to pinpoint my favorite outfit(s) but you can share yours in coments below. The Royal Family was busy for sure but it looks like they had fun. And we as well.