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...