Kate Middleton has been enjoying a spot of painting at a local school in Singapore. All we can say is – we’re glad she wore an apron and saved her latest wardrobe statement from any nasty accidents!
Kate wore a black, white and red print dress by Asian designer Raoul for her visit to the Rainbow Centre in Queensland, Singapore, earlier today.
The Duchess Of Cambridge and Prince William were greeted by hundreds of local children, who greeted them with Union Jack flags and (Welsh!) daffodils on their arrival. The royal couple couldn’t hide their excitement as they giggled and clapped their way through some traditional dancing by Dragon Dancers and locals performing Tai Chi.
Kate then sat down with the children for a little painting session. She looks like she’s having great fun on her tour of South East Asia, and she still has seven more days of culture lined up. That’s a lot of outfits to come! Check out her Singapore style statements so far in our gallery below… RM