The Duchess of Cambridge is a veteran when it comes to occasionwear dressing. The mother-of-three looked ethereal wearing a gorgeous blue dress during the Royal Tour of the Caribbean. Stepping out alongside Prince William, Kate wowed crowds looking as stylish as ever as she greeted onlookers.
Kate, 40, opted to wear a bespoke Jenny Packham 'Blue Lace Peplum Dress' that featured a figure-flattering ruffle detailing along the waistline. The Duchess appeared to favour blue for her outfit as she also carried a matching blue clutch, 'Rebecca' Fern Blue suede heels from Emmy London and dazzling sapphire accessories.
WATCH: The Duchess of Cambridge looks beautiful in blue to arrive in the Caribbean
The Duchess styled her glossy brunette tresses in a sleek half-up, half-down hairstyle as she accompanied her husband out of the plane. It is understood that her choice to wear to colour blue is in honour of the country and the all-blue flag of Belize.
The Duke looked equally dapper as he wore a pastel blue-grey suit finished off with a black tie.
The royal couple looked amazing as they stepped off the plane
The Duchess' open collar dress elegantly displayed her diamond and sapphire necklace, which the royal significantly wore for the first time back in 2020 to meet Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
It's not confirmed whether the Duchess deliberately chose to rewear her necklace in a mark of solidarity with Ukraine, though it's not unlike Kate to style jewellery that contains a hidden meaning or subtle nod of appreciation.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked bold and beautiful in blue
Could Kate's stylish lace dress mark the return of the peplum? This figure-flattering style is perfect for any occasion, and we're sure royal fans will love these contemporary takes on Duchess-inspired lookalikes.
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Floral Lace Mini Dress, £80 / $135, ASOS
Cable Knit Peplum Dress, £101.50, Karen Millen
Last month, Buckingham Palace confirmed that William, 39, and Kate, 40, will travel to Belize, Jamaica, and The Bahamas from 19 to 26 March as part of a royal tour of the Caribbean.
Prince William and Duchess Kate had planned to tour a cacao farm in Indian Creek village during the first full day of their tour on Sunday but have now been forced to find another location after residents opposed their royal trip.
William and Kate will subsequently travel to Jamaica, where their visit will include engaging with the Jamaican Defence Force and celebrating the seminal legacy of Bob Marley and other ground-breaking Jamaican musicians alongside some of tomorrow's stars.
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