While everyone else was talking about that topless photo scandal, Kate Middleton and Prince William were busy island hoping in the South Pacific over the last few days, for the latest leg of their Diamond Jubilee Tour.
Later that evening, Kate partied at the Governor General’s banquet in a strapless, hand-dyed batik dress by Tav Pacific NZ and Stuart Weitzman espadrilles.
The frock was gifted to her by the government, which was purchased from a local shop called Island Print, and she fell in love with it and we can see why! She looked lovely!
On Monday, the Duke and Duchess continued their tour of the Solomon Islands by visiting a local village. For the fun-filled day of South Pacific culture, Catherine donned a canary yellow Jaeger pleated shirt dress and her ever-present LK Bennett nude pumps.
That afternoon, Wills and his #1 lady ventured over to Tuvanipupu Island via canoe! Once on dry land, Kate mingled with the locals in a sleeveless Mulberry dress and her favorite Stuart Weitzman wedges.
Despite all the island hopping, Kate still looked as fresh as a royal flower on Tuesday in a pale yellow eyelet dress by an independent dressmaker upon her arrival to Tuvalu.
She even kept the party going later that night and slipped on a traditional skirt over her Alice by Temperley dress to bust a move with native dancers.
We couldn't possibly decided which is our favorite. Kate looked fabulous in everything!
What do U think???
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