Kate Middleton Stuns In Emilia Wickstead Coat Dress For Final Day Of Royal Tour

Kate Middleton has worn an array of bright and eye-catching pieces during her time in New Zealand and Australia but decided to go back to basics for her final day of the royal tour.

Kate chose a more conservative look to attend the Anzac Day service in Canberra, but still looked radiant in a blue-grey Emilia Wickstead coat dress that she teamed with navy heels.

And this isn’t the first time the Duchess has chosen an item from the New Zealand born designer, opting for an aquamarine dress, which she teamed with a Jane Taylor hat, for a trip to Dunedin.

During her time at a memorial service held in Canberra, Kate added a navy fascinator and a red poppy brooch that had been given to her by Victoria Cross recipient Corporal Ben Roberts-Smith’s wife Emma at an event at Government House on Thursday night.

But the Palace has not released any more details on Kate’s outfit, as they did not want to detract from the memorial service.

Prince William also looked dapper in a navy suit and a red and blue striped tie as he boarded the plane. He too had added accessories for the memorial service, pinning a spring of rosemary and his Gold and Diamond Jubilee medals to his lapel.

But it was baby George that stole the limelight, looking adorable in a bright red cardigan.

But the little prince didn’t seem too fond of his cute outfit that consisted of a white shirt, red and white pinstripe shorts, white socks and black shoes, as he appeared to be scowling in his mother-s arms.