Kate Middleton arrives in Australia picture perfect in sunny yellow

Kate Middleton arrives in Australia picture perfect in sunny yellow
Kate Middleton stepped off the plane in Sydney, Australia on Wednesday afternoon looking picture perfect in a sunny yellow Roksanda Ilincic dress and a pair of her trustee patent beige LK Bennett heels, as her and her husband Prince William continue their royal tour.

The Duchess of Cambridge held her baby son Prince George in her arms as she descended the steps in the iconic Australian city with all eyes on her – looking flawless once again. 


Kate’s brunette locks were loose around her shoulders and windswept as she smiled to the welcoming crowds, line-up of dignitaries and the country’s prime minister.

Well-wishers were delighted to see the royal trio, waving Australian flags and cheering. Little girls clutched bunches of flowers while women held up umbrellas to shade them from the warm afternoon sun.

Baby George looked as adorable as ever in his mum’s arms in a cute white outfit resembling the one William wore on his tour when he was a baby 31 years ago. His dad, Prince William, was smart in a blue suit, crisp white shirt and burgundy tie.

Kate’s choice of colour is key – yellow is one of Australia’s national colours. Her dress also has white panel detail.

After 10 days in New Zealand, where the royal couple have so far enjoyed a wonderful adventure filled with events such as a yacht race, wine tasting, a playgroup with Prince George, a game of cricket, as well as attended memorials and meeting the people of New Zealand, they now begin the second leg of the royal tour.

Getting ready to take off from New Zealand, the Duchess looked the epitome of chic in a tweed navy blazer and skirt ensemble made by Kiwi designer Rebecca Taylor.

She kept half her brunette locks swept up, to prevent any hair falling in front of her face given the strong gusts of wind.