Duchess of Cambridge pays homage to Australia’s fashion talents in white Broderie anglaise Zimmermann frock
The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out in yet another gorgeous frock on day 12 of her and Prince William’s official tour of New Zealand and Australia.
The royal couple – who left Prince George in the good hands of his nanny – kickstarted the Easter weekend celebrations with a visit to the Royal Easter Show.
Kate opted for a pretty white Broderie anglaise dress which lay just above her knees and let her slim pins catch some of those blazing Aussie rays.
The 32-year-old paid homage to the country’s fashion talents as the shift dress is by Australian brand Zimmermann.
She teamed the look with another pair of her favourite cork wedges and a box clutch bag and wore her hair in tumbling waves.
The mum-of-one and her husband spent Good Friday at the Sydney Olympic Park and were met by the president of the Royal Agricultural Society and his wife and a mass crowd who showered the Duchess with gifts.
After waving to well-wishers, Kate and Wills met Fred the ram and she joked her husband should put some of his wool on his head.
“You need it more than me,” Kate apparently told Prince Harry’s brother.