We can't imagine how many suitcases Kate Middleton had to pack for the royal family's three-week tour of New Zealand and Australia. But one thing is for sure, the Duchess of Cambridge came prepared to dress for every occasion.
Day 7 was super busy for Kate and Prince William once they touched down in Dunedin, New Zealand to the sounds of bagpipes and a traditional Maori welcome from the Ngai Tahu tribe.
There was no missing the duchess, as she rubbed noses with her hosts dressed in an aquamarine Emilia Wickstead long-sleeve dress, matching Jane Taylor fascinator and hunter green high heels. We also peeped Kate sporting a diamond and platinum fern brooch loaned by Queen Elizabeth II. She looked picture-perfect as she strutted in the pleated design from the airport to a Palm Sunday service at St. Paul's Anglican Cathedral.
The duchess then kicked off her heels and switched into a more casual outfit -- an ivory Jonathan Saunders sweater, skinny jeans and Mint Velvet gray sneakers -- to coach a game of tag rugby against her husband. And we must add that William looked fly in his navy pullover cardigan, khaki pants and white and green Onitsuka sneaks.
Kate and William kicked things up a notch with a high-speed jet boat ride on the Shotover River. Of course, she had to bring back her beautiful, bouncy ponytail to go with their matching windbreaker jackets and safety vests.
Later on Sunday, the royal couple toast it up (and debunked those baby No. 2 rumors) while visiting Amisfield Winery in Queenstown, New Zealand. Kate looked like she was living her best life wearing a navy Zara blazer, blue gingham button-down shirt, jeans and wedges.
We hope Prince George didn't miss his parents too much on their day out.