18th September 2012 – Kate Middleton has whisked her gorgeous wardrobe and handsome hubby away to South East Asia to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. See all the pictures of the Duke and Duchess, where they’re visiting and what they’re wearing for their exotic week away…
Kate Middleton has made a style statement on every single day of her royal tour. The Duchess of Cambridge is in South East Asia with her hubby Prince William to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and her style choices have left us in awe of her royal wardrobe.
Kate Middleton and Prince William’s first public appearance was to the Singapore Botanical Gardens, where they witnessed an orchid naming ceremony. The fashionable Duchess appropriately wore a cream kimono-style dress with pink orchids by Jenny Packham, nailing the floral trend like a true pro.
On day two of their tour Kate and William visited more gardens and met members of the public – The Duchess of Cambridge wore a white broderie anglaise Alexander McQueen belted dress which she teamed with her favourite navy blue Russell & Bromley wedges straight off the high street.
The Duchess also looked gorgeous in a purple and silver shift dress by Prabal Gurung, which she wore to attend Prince William’s Guard Of Honour review, and later wore a pretty red, black and ivory print dress by Asian designer Raoul. For day three, her final day in Singapore – she opted for another Jenny Packham number in duck egg lace, before flying to Kuala Lumpur, where she wore another Alexander McQueen gown – that would make a Disney Princess green with envy.
On day four, the day that those topless pictures were leaked, Kate kept her dignity and followed religious protocol by wearing a white chiffon dress by Beulah with a traditional headscarf in keeping with Islamic customs.
On day five, Kate looked happy and relaxed in beige trousers and a dark green shirt on a trip to the Borneo Rainforest, where she was hoisted up a tree and walked a treetop canopy with William.
On day six, Kate and William landed in the Solomon Islands, where she wore an Island Print dress and attended a banquet.
See all the pictures from Kate and Wills’ Royal Tour, as they land, right here…
Kate Middleton and Prince William are currently touring the Solomon Islands. The Duchess Of Cambridge picked a gorgeous primrose yellow skater dress and tan wedges.
Kate Middleton and Prince Wills donned more floral head dresses and bead necklaces for their next stop. So gorgeous! They enjoyed a private stay in Tavanipupu before hopping on a charter jet aircraft to Tuvalu for the last leg of their Jubilee tour.
Kate Middleton changed into a floor-length cream dress with red embroidery for her stop in Tuvalu.
The Duchess got into the traditional spirit with her outfit and flowers. That’s some top-notch accessorising, lady.
The locals have clearly misunderstood Kate’s name. isn’t that supposed to say ‘Catherine’? Oops!
Kate Middleton shows off her dance moves. It’s been a while since she’s busted these out in London haunt Boujis.
A local woman makes a few adjustments to Kate’s outfit. LOVE it.
The Duchess is having a whale of a time. We want to play!
Kate Middleton didn’t mind customising her outfit with a grass skirt.
Gorgeous, Kate! We can totally see it catching on on the red carpet.
Kate Middleton should definitely bring out her own dance DVD. What do you think?
She looks so happy. The Duchess has certainly not let those topless snaps ruin her stay.
This looks like SO much fun.
Wills’ got the moo-oo-oooo-ooves like Jagger. You know the rest…
There’s nothing like a bit of dad dancing to brighten our day…
Kate Middleton looked stunning in her floral headdress which she wore on her visit to the Solomon Islands.
Kate Middleton looked stunning in her floral headdress which she wore on her visit to the Cultural Village part of The Pacific Festival of the Arts.
Kate Middleton looked gorgeous in a yellow shirtdress from high street favourite Jaeger.
Kate Middleton wore her trusty LK Bennett nude courts again, her fashion staple!
Kate Middleton and Prince William met with the local residents and learned more about the community.
The Duchess sharing a laugh with her husband.
Even rain didn’t put a damper on Kate’s tour of the Solomon Islands!
The Duchess of Cambridge really shone in her yellow Jaeger shirtdress on her visit to the Cultural Village, in the Solomon Islands.
We can’t get enough of Kate’s gorgeous yellow shirtdress from Jaeger. What a great high street buy!
Kate swapped her original outfit plans for an Island Print dress left for her in her hotel room by her hosts.
Kate and William attended a banquet in the Solomon Islands.
Kate looked chic but practical in beige trousers and a dark green shirt to visit the Borneo Rainforest.
Kate wore a side ponytail to visit the treetop canopy with her husband.
Kate kept her famous locks covered as a mark of respect on day four of the Diamond Jubilee Tour.
Kate and William visited the Assyakirin Mosque in Kuala Lumpur, where the Duchess wore a white chiffon dress by designer Beulah London.
The outfit is almost an exact copy of one that Princess Diana wore in Pakistan in 1996.
Kate kept her make-up to a minimum for the religious tour of the mosque.
She was asked to remove her shoes as a mark of respect, so popped her L K Bennett courts to one side, walking around in just her nude stockings. Oh so elegant…
Do you think she’d notice if we pinched her shoes?!
Kate was groomed to perfection, wearing a simple nude polish on her fingers and toes. That’s one royal pedicure!
On her first night in Malaysia, Kate opted for a gold and white Alexander McQueen gown. Gorgeous!
The golden floral embroidery is meant to resemble Malaysia’s national flower, the hibiscus.
Kate looked like a fairytale princess at the state dinner, which was attended by over 400 people, including the King and Queen of Malaysia.
Kate opted for Jenny Packham again for day three of her Singapore trip. The duck egg blue dress was decorated with delicate lace and gorgeous pleats.
Prince William opted for another navy suit as the pair paid their respects on a visit to the Kranji Commonwealth war cemetery.
Kate accessorised her floaty number with a cute oriental parasol (we want one!) and her favourite nude patent courts.
It’s the royal couple’s final day in Singapore – tomorrow they’ll head off to Malaysia where we’ll see more of her gorgeous exotic wardrobe. In the meantime, check out her outfits from the last three days…
On day two of the tour, Kate and William witnessed a show by dragon dancers and Tai Chi professionals.
This pretty red, black and ivory print is Kate’s second outfit of the day – by Asian designer Raoul.
We love its cinched-in waist and delicate cap sleeves.
Kate teamed this one with her trusty nude patent courts.
She’s having a whale of a time in the city. We’re not jealous at all!
After the dancing, Kate visited The Rainbow Centre in Singapore’s Queensland to meet a bunch of local children.
She charmed the socks off them all, naturally.
Kate kneels down to meet a young fan. Aww.
The children love her – and Kate seems pretty pleaed to be back at school!
Phew – we’re glad she opted to wear an apron for her painting session – that dress is too pretty to spoil!
Kate and Prince William visited more gardens and met members of the public on day two of their tour.
Kate wore a white Alexander McQueen belted dress made from broderie anglaise in the morning. Gorgeous!
She teamed the dress with her favourite navy blue Russell & Bromley wedges and a simple navy clutch bag.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore her hair in loose curls and despite the heat – there wasn’t a spot of frizz on her immaculate locks.
Kate and William were given a tour of the Cloud Forest in the Singapore Gardens by Dr Tan, CEO of Gardens by the Bay.
But not before a fun little truck ride!
William wore another classic navy blue suit, coordinating perfectly with his hottie of a wife.
Doesn’t she look incredible?
Hundreds of locals turned out to meet the Duke and Duchess.
She’s certainly perfected that royal wave!
Kate was given a bunch of flowers – the perfect accessory for her summer dress.
While Kate greeted the children, William was asked by one how many children he wants with his wife, responding with: “Two”. Eek!
We bet she made their day…
Kate attends Prince William’s Guard Of Honour review, wearing a purple and silver shift dress by Prabal Gurung.
Check out that beautiful print…
She teamed the stunning shift with navy blue court shoes and another navy clutch.
Kate landed in Singapore on Tuesday for the first leg of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Tour.
Kate arrived in Singapore with a huge smile – she carried a bouquet of flowers and happily posed for photographs.
The Duchess wore her hair tied back at the sides, showing off a pair of delicate pearl drop earrings.
She accessorised her first holiday outfit with her stunning sapphire engagement ring, wedding ring, and an ivory box clutch. Beaut!
Kate Middleton and Prince William’s first stop was to the Singapore Botanical Gardens, where they witnessed an orchid naming ceremony.
Kate and Wills share a private joke while walking through the gardens… gorgeous.
It was only fitting that for an orchid naming ceremony, that Kate wore a cream kimono-style dress with pink orchids by Jenny Packham.
The royal couple got the chance to see orchids named after both the Queen, and William’s late mum Princess Diana.
She teamed her dress with matching ivory silk court shoes.
They’ll also visit Malaysia as part of the tour. We can’t wait to see the rest of Kate’s exotic wardrobe!
Prince William wore a smart blue suit and blue tie, and stuck close to Kate throughout their guided garden tour.
That’s one bouncy blow-dry, Kate!
She could almost pass for a bride…
The Duke and Duchess hopped straight off a 14-hour flight to attend the ceremony. If only we looked that fresh with jet-lag!
Her Jenny Packham dress was the perfect choice for her first public appearance in Singapore.
At the end of their tour at the gardens, Wills and Kate had their own pink orchid named after them. The lucky things!