Another day, another slew of gorgeous outfits for our duchess! Kate Middleton arrived in Bhutan on Thursday, April 14, and — no surprise — she took the country in style.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 34, landed in Bhutan wearing a custom, buttercup-hued Emilia Wickstead coatdress. (She previously wore the style in July 2012, when her husband, Prince William, was made a Knight of the Thistle in Scotland.) Middleton accessorized the dress with a nude clutch and nude pumps, both by L.K.Bennett.
But she didn't remain in her sunny ensemble for long. Middleton, who shares son Prince George, 2, and daughter Princess Charlotte, 11 months, with her husband of five years, soon slipped into more traditional garb: a long, purple and teal wrap skirt crafted from local fabric. She topped the skirt with an embroidered cream cape from Paul & Joe ($520, though currently sold out). She added amethyst drop earrings, but held onto her L.K.Bennett court shoes.
Her husband, meanwhile, remained in his navy blue suit, teamed with a red tie, throughout the activities, which included a welcome ceremony at a magnificent temple, meeting with local children and participating in a few sports, including Bhutan's national sport, archery.
Both Kate and Will took turns shooting arrows, though neither was successful in hitting their targets. At one point, William said, "Did that clear the bank? Because it looked like it did. I don't want to cause a crash!" He added jokingly, "I hope I haven't killed a driver or that man on the bridge."
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