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).
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.