Monday, 26 September 2016

Kate ditches her demure look for a £4K Alex. McQueen dress

William and Kate

The Duchess of Cambridge ditched her demure look for an eye-catching designer dress as she joined Prince William in Vancouver on the second day of their tour of Canada. Kate opted for a £4,000 red and white Alexander McQueen frock for her first full day of public engagements. More photos below; 


Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie, left, join the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as they watch children play in a sandbox at the Immigrant Services Society in Vancouver on the second day of their tour of Canada

William and Kate receive teddy bears from five-year-old Hailey Cain at the Sheway centre in Vancouver, which provides health and social service support to pregnant women and new mothers who are dealing with drug and alcohol issues

William shared a tender moment with three-month-old Jasmine Hydrochuk and her mother Cameo, 28, at the centre

The Trudeaus, right, held hands as they left the Immigrant Services Society alongside the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

The Duchess of Cambridge, who wore a dress inspired by the colours of the Canadian flag, received gifts from well-wishersThe Duchess of Cambridge today

William and Kate waved to waiting crowds after touching down in Vancouver harbour on a seaplane

The Duchess of Cambridge brought a personal touch to her visit to the Immigration Services Society

The visiting dignitaries looked delighted as they watched children play in a sandbox at the centre in Vancouver

At the centre, William and Kate spent time with Syrian refugee Yosra Alamahameed and daughter Reemus

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met with young people and refugees who benefit from the charity's services

The couple unveiled a plaque commemorating their visit to the Immigration Services Society as the Trudeaus look on

The Duchess of Cambridge waved to supporters who had lined the path on the way out from the charity

William and Kate looked in good spirits as they spoke with the TrudeausThe Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

William and Kate shared a light-hearted moment with the Trudeaus as they arrived at the Immigrant Services Society

Prince William offered a helping hand to his wife as she stepped off the seaplane in teetering red stilettos 

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge looked in awe at the natural beauty of Vancouver as they touched down today

The couple chatted as they walked along the dock, with Kate showing off her enviable legs in a red and white dress

Cheering crowds waited for hours in the hope of catching a glimpse of the Duchess of Cambridge, pictured centre

Chrissy Clark, the Premier of British Columbia, was on hand to meet the couple as they arrived in Vancouver today 

The Cambridges left their children, Prince George, three, and 16-month-old Princess Charlotte, in Victoria with their nanny

The Royal couple were greeted by hundreds of well-wishers as they arrived in the city on day two of their eight-day tour

William and Kate arrive at the Immigrant Services SocietyWilliam and Kate arrive at the Immigrant Services Society

After being photographed in royal blue yesterday, Kate opted for an ensemble in the colours of Canada's flag for day two

Kate Middleton todayThe Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wave as they board a 'float plane' from Victoria  to Vancouver on Sunday

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