It’s Day 5 of the Royal Tour in Canada, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been snapped with big smiles on their faces as they explored Whitehorse. They stopped at the MacBride Museum of Yukon History (which used to be home to a telegraph office). In Whitehorse, the temperature hit a high of 7 degrees celsius, which gave Kate the perfect opportunity to slip into another red coat, but this time one by Carolina Herrera. She paired the scarlet topper with burgundy Tod’s pumps, a Mulberry Bayswater clutch and a maple leaf tartan scarf. To top it all off, she showed off her Cartier Ballon Bleu watch and Annoushka pearl earrings.
Later that afternoon, she made an outfit change to discover Carcross, Yukon, a small town south of Whitehorse. When they arrived, they were greeted very warmly by First Nations people—and they clearly had a blast watching the children dance. This was a much more casual event, where Kate finally busted out the Canadian outfit: A grey Sentaler Alpaca jacket paired with earrings by Whitehorse jeweller Shelley MacDonald. She also swapped her pumps for cowboy-esque boots.
Here’s to hoping we see more Canadian outfits on Kate, because she wears our designers so well!
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