On Wednesday, the young royal sported three different outfits as she toured Singapore with Prince William as part of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee tour.
First, Kate wore a white Alexander McQueen broderie anglaise suit while touring the city-state’s Gardens in the Bay. With William in a navy suit, a crowd of roughly 1,000 admired the well-dressed couple.
Next, Kate changed into an ensemble from Singaporean designer Raoul. In a tara blouse and full pleat skirt from Raoul’s pre-fall 2012 collection, Kate arrived with William at the Queenstown housing project to a display of Chinese dragons and Malaysian drumming.
Later at a reception at the official residence of the U.K.’s High Commissioner to Singapore, Kate wore a blue and white chiffon Erdem dress with an exposed back and loose-fitting sleeves.
At the reception, Kate and William met with Paralympic athletes, including equestrian athlete Laurentia Tan, 33, who has cerebral palsy and earned silver and bronze medals in London.
“Fantastic ” William said upon meeting Tan. “I’m not as impressive as her.”
The couple then returned to Raffles Hotel for a performance from Mara Carlyle followed by a private dinner.