While we still can’t get over yesterday’s uber cute royal family event, we’re ecstatic to see Kate Middleton repping our country in her third Canadian look on day 7 of the Royal Visit Canada tour. Woohoo!
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge started their day off with an arm work out, by way of a canoe trip to the Haida Heritage Centre and Museum where they were greeted by the President of the Haida Nation at shore. Quick Canadian geography and history lesson: Haida Gwaii, formerly the Queen Charlotte Islands, is a collection of islands located off the northwest coast of British Columbia and home to the Haida Nation.
Seeing as today’s engagements called for outdoor activity, Kate opted a rather casual (yet chic!) look. Repping Canada again, she debuted a new green Smythe ‘Duchess’ jacket (which is already selling out).
“We are thrilled to be part of the Duchess’ wardrobe once again for the Canadian Royal Visit,” said Andrea Lenczner and Christie Smythe, co-founders of Smythe. “We design with a woman like Kate Middleton in mind: tailored and effortlessly chic. Needless to say we are delighted that Her Royal Highness has included Smythe in her visit to Canada.”
The future Queen of England finished her outfit with a Somerset by Alice Temperley tie-bow blouse, her go-to Zara pants and cowboy boots.
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