Kate and Prince William continued their jet-setting ways Sunday, making stops at two different cities.
The pair was first spotted in Quebec City, Quebec aboard the HMCS Montreal, a Halifax-class frigate that has served on the Canadian forces since 1993. The couple chatted with the current Grand Chief of Wendake, a native reserve located near the city. The Duchess proved yet again that navy is her color, stunning in an Erdem Jacquenta dress which she paired with her favorite LK Bennett Sledge2 pumps. This is the second time Kate has worn an Erdem piece on the tour and as for her trusty pumps, Kate has been seen in them countless times before.
The lovely couple then made their way to Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, where Kate changed things up with a whole new ensemble. The Duchess looked quite prim and proper in a nude-colored dress from Joseph. She topped off the look with a tweed jacket in a soft salmon color with white and peach-checked material on the placket and cuff.
Monday, July 4th, was all about the quick change, as the dazzling Duchess donned not two, not three, but four different outfits.
The duo was first spotted at Province House, where Kate’s Alexander McQueen knit cream Pencil dress definitely caught our attention. A navy version of the nautical-inspired cable knit was previously worn by none other than Ms. Sex And The City, Sarah Jessica Parker in ‘06.
Then it was off towards the water for a training demonstration of waterbirding, a technique where the helicopter lands on the water. Kate kept things casual in Sebago Bala shoes ($80, sebago.com), a red silk and cashmere pashmina Hugo Boss scarf, J Brand 811 mid-rise skinny pant in navy luxe twill ($169, jbrandjeans.com), and a navy trench similar to one she had worn back in ’08.
It was then time for more activities on the water, as the Duke and Duchess did a bit of Dragon Boat racing. Kate traded in her navy trench for a more practical choice on the water, a Nike Anorack Women’s Jacket.
The pair then made their way back to dry land to head to Yellowknife, where Kate kicked off the jeans and opted for her navy trench once again this time with a pair of blue pumps.
With Day 6 of the tour upon them, the Royal couple made their way around Yellowknife. Kate once again proved her incredible knack for seamlessly transitioning from dressy to casual.
Kate was first spotted checking out some street hockey in Malene Birger’s Bullet dress, which she wore with her favorite LK Bennett Sledge2 pumps and an eggshell clutch.
William and Kate generously took time out of their personal day to visit Slave Lake in northern Alberta, which had suffered horribly from a wildfire.
Kate showed off her great sense of style yet again by pairing several of her favorite items to create a wonderful new ensemble. Dressed in her J Brand pants from the previous days, her Smythe 1 button blazer from the first days of the tour, her signature black espadrilles that she’s worn on several occasions, and a creamy white ruffled blouse we haven’t seen before, Kate looked absolutely lovely.
Tell us: what do you think of her travel style?
Beata Cherepakhina is a regular contributor to BettyConfidential.