The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, touched down in Canada, earlier this week. And you know what that means.
Yeah, yeah, she'll be doing fabulous cultural things and meeting very important people, but it also means we get to bask in pleasure as each and every one of her lovely outfits gets captured by the thousands of photographers following her.
Embarking on a Royal tour around Canada with husband, Prince William and their two children Prince George, three, and Princess Charlotte, one, Middleton kicked things off in this blue number straight off the plane:
No food stains, no track pants and barely a hair out of place, what kind of wizardry is this?
Given first impressions are everything, Middleton pulled out all the stops.
Wearing a custom Jenny Packham dress worth an estimated $4,988, 'recycled' Gianvito Rossi suede pumps, $12,009 G.Collins & Sons tanzanite earrings and a broach lent to the Duchess by her mother-in-law, the Queen, the total outfit comes in at a whopping estimated $22,254.
Middleton also had her hairdresser Amanda Tucker on board to ensure her hair didn't go rogue as she made her descent. An essential for any self-respecting royal.
Can we talk about that maple leaf-themed hat from Sylvia Fletcher for Lock and Company?
Fortunately, Middleton also reminded us she's 'one of us' by opting for some high street steals as well as her designer pieces.
She went practical for a day in The Great Bear Rainforest in a $49 pair of Zara skinny jeans, $66 Topshop shirt and her pair of trusty brown boots she's had for over a decade.
She also wore the Penelope Chilvers knee-high boots hiking during her Royal tour of Bhutan earlier this year and was first snapped in them in 2004. We would love to know how one keeps a pair of boots in good condition for 12 YEARS.
Don't forget the $625 Holland and Holland safari-style jacket and perspex umbrella (to preserve that hair, of course).
Hours later, the boots were replaced by a bright red $1,764 Preen ballgown, a bespoke Jenny Packham clutch and the return of the Queen's maple broach in a stylish nod to Canada's national colours - and possibly a dedication to the dancing emoji?
Middleton also returned to her wedding dress designer Alexander McQueen for day two of the trip in Vancouver. With a high neck and flouncy layered skirt, the white and red broderie anglaise dress was appropriately modified from the label's resort 2017 collection.
Flying the Canadian flag in red and white, we're nominating this for MVP of the trip.
While the dress is unavailable for purchase, you can get your hands on her Miu Miu Bow Embellished Suede Shoulder bag, around $1,143.
The other accessory, Prince William, is sadly not available either.
For the latest day of engagements, Middleton chose a forest green Dolce and Gabbana dress, nude LK Bennett pumps and the matching clutch she also wore on day one.
Four days of impeccable style inspo and STILL not a hair out of place, despite rain, hail and shine? Kate, you're our hero.
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