Day three of the Royal tour and Kate looked divine in dove grey dress by Catherine Walker. The dress is called Kensington and features a deep V back, short sleeves and collar. The French-born designer was a favourite of the late Princess Diane's so it was fitting for a tree-planting ceremony where the couple planted a tree next to that planted by his parents some 28 years ago on June 21 1983. And Kate's mum Carole Middleton also wore Catherine Middleton for the royal wedding back in April.
For the tree-planting section of the day, the Duchess of Cambridge paired the dress with a Hobbs Somerton bag and gorgeous Tabitha Simmons shoes. In the afternoon, the couple travelled to Montreal and visited the Sainte-Justine University Hospital Centre, the largest mother-child centre in Canada. For this section, Kate changed her shoes and bag, replacing them with her favourite black shoes and Anya Hindmarch Maud clutch. I'm pondering the reason for changing out of those gorgeous Tabitha Simmons shoes because they are to die for. Do you think it's just a case of sore feet?
Photos courtesy of Barcroft