Day four of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's tour of New Zealand and Australia, for which they also toted along little shortalls-wearing Prince George, brought us not one, but two conservative-yet-elegant looks from the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton.
On Thursday, the pair got hit with some rain during a visit to the Blenheim War Memorial in New Zealand, where they took part in a wreath laying ceremony, followed by a visit to the Omaka Heritage Aviation Centre. The Duchess chose to protect herself from the elements with a gorgeous powder blue Alexander McQueen coat, a version of which you can buy now, and some not-so-practical accessories: a navy Stuart Weitzman clutch and navy pumps, both suede.
Later that evening, we were treated to a slightly more glam Duchess, who chose a dress by her go-to, Jenny Packham, for a state reception where they unveiled a new portrait of The Queen and Prince William made a speech about New Zealand.
The dress has a low hemline, of which the Queen would surely approve, a bateau neckline and a sparkling fern -- New Zealand's national symbol -- embroidered on the left shoulder. The duchess also wore a fern brooch on her red Catherine Walker coat during the first day of the trip.