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Kate Middleton Takes Australia in Roksanda Ilincic and Rebecca Taylor

Do you think Kate looks like a banana? Because Prince William apparently does.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have bid farewell to New Zealand. On Wednesday, they touched down in Sydney, Australia with Prince George in tow. And, you guessed it, the Duchess wore more clothes.

She chose a repeat Rebecca Taylor skirt suit for her last hours in NZ -- another well-researched choice: Taylor, though based in New York, was born in New Zealand. She did some important things in the outfit too, like hold tiny puppies with Prince William, for some reason.

It looks like she made a mid-flight outfit change (too much dog hair?), as she emerged in Sydney wearing a bright, sunny yellow Roksanda Illincic dress -- a modified version of one from the British Serbian designer's spring 2014 collection. (You can grab one like it over at Whistles.) It's also believed to be a nod to Australia's national colors: green and gold (which is almost yellow). We think it looks great on her, but apparently the Duke had a different opinion. According to Grazia, the Duchess told the crowd that he felt it made her look "like a banana." Jerk.

She paired the dress with L.K. Bennett pumps and an L.K. Bennett clutch.

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Prince George made an outfit change as well, stripping out of a cardigan and into a little sailboat onesie -- marking the second time on this trip he's worn something with sailboats on it. He is obsessed! Though, the romper may have also been the result of Prince William's nostalgia for his own baby wardrobe: The Daily Mail noticed that it bears a striking resemblance to one he wore as a little tot back in 1983, below. Like father like son.