The Duchess of Cambridge continued her North American tour in Canada this weekend, which means there were lots of wardrobe changes!
Following her flawless appearance at citizenship ceremony on Friday afternoon, the Canada Day celebrations continued on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. For her second outfit of the day, Kate wore a purple Issa v-neck dress and navy Prada pumps.
On Saturday, Prince William and his wifey planted a tree at Rideau Hall next to the tree Prince Charles and Princess Diana planted back in 1983. As if the event wasn't special enough, Kate wore a gray dress by one of Di's favorite designers Catherine Walker and Tabitha Simmons heels.
For the fourth day of their visit, the Duke & Duchess flew to Quebec for the Freedom of the City Ceremony. Once again, Kate wore another blue lace dress by Erdem, this time from the pre-fall collection and her favorite pair of LK Bennett nude heels.
After the ceremony, Miz Middleton made a mid-day change before going off to another event at Fort Levi. The Duchess met with the citizens of Quebec in a casual, but chic Joseph crepe dress and and Rupert Sanderson pumps.
By Monday, Catherine was ready to go back to basics by wearing one of her favorite designers: Alexander McQueen. For her visit to Prince Edward Island, the Duchess wore a nautical-esque knit dress and navy heels.
Which look did U like best??? We're loving her blue Erdem dress!
[Image via Fame Pictures.]
Tags: canada day, catherine walker, erdem pre-fall, issa, lk bennett, north american tour, ottawa, quebec, rideau hall, rupert sanderson, tabitha simmons