Kate Middleton finished her Diamond Jubilee Tour at Brisbane Airport today in Project D's Penelope dress and her trusty L.K. Bennett nude pumps, changing into jeans and a printed scarf as she continued her journey home. The Duchess of Cambridge was in more tropical attire in Tuvalu yesterday, adding a grass skirt to her Alice by Temperley Long Beatrice Dress for a tribal dance, after arriving in a pastel lemon number by an independent designer and Stuart Weitzman wedges, which she later accessorised with local accoutrements. The sartorial theme for Kate's whole trip was this combination of British and local designers, having worn Jonathan Saunders, Mulberry, Jenny Packham, Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen, Beulah London, Prabal Gurung and Raoul as she made her way through Singapore, Malaysia and the Solomon Islands. Take a closer look here at her outfits, and tell me which was most fab!
Kate Middleton's Eastern Tour Wardrobe — Every Outfit, Every Angle
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