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Kate Middleton Continues to Wear Pretty Things in Australia

Prince William, on the other hand, continues to dress like my dad.

The Royal Family's tour of Australia and New Zealand is coming to an end, but Kate Middleton isn't out of clothes to wear just yet -- not even close, bud.

As a matter of fact, Middleton packed so many outfits that she managed to wear two on Tuesday. The first was a cap sleeve, belted number from Roksanda Illincic worn for her arrival at Ayers Rock Airport. She wore a similar dress in dove gray for an event in 2012.

She paired this dress with her trusty nude patent leather L.K. Bennett pumps. Does she own any other pumps? I am not convinced.

The Duchess changed things up for an appearance at the Cultural Center at Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. She chose a fit-and-flare Hobbs dress, first worn to play ping pong with Prince Harry (a.k.a. THE DREAM). 

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The shoes are also different -- a much more practical-for-dust pair of espadrilles. They're by L.K. Bennett, of course. (Kate, if you need a list of other UK-based shoe designers you could also try out, we'd be more than happy to provide.)

Prince William dressed in a linen shirt and khakis with a woven and leather belt that I'm fairly certain my dad also has. 

And then, there was a potential calamity: A fly dared to land on the Duchess's face -- A FLY!! -- and yet she didn't even bat an eye. Literally.

It's good that she can handle a little nature: The couple planned to spend Tuesday evening "glamping" in the Australian outback.