The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge continued to stir up a storm on Day 3 of their official tour of India, and met with street children ...
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge continued to stir up a storm on Day 3 of their official tour of India, and met with street children in New Delhi, before having a lunch with Prime Minister Modi.
Kate Middleton kept fashion critics happy with her wise and beautiful fashion choices, and appeared as regal and elegant as always, as in her Alice Temperley dress the day before.
The Duchess's dress costs only £50, and she styled it with simple suede nude flats, and her hair styled in loose curls, tied away from her face.
Her belted dress cinched in her slim waist, and Kate barely wore any makeup, and completed her look with chandelier earrings from Accessorize.
After a quick wardrobe change, Kate went from boho-chic to regal for lunch with the Indian Prime Minister Modi.
Kate opted for a beautiful mint green Temperley London lace creation which featured a high-neck, modest panels, and gave her an overall glamorous look.
The Duchess highlighted her slender torso in the figure flattering design, and Kate had her hair in a braided chignon with soft kohl lining her eyes.
Kate completed her formal style with her favourite nude heels, a beaded sequinned clutch and dainty diamond drop earrings.
The Royal Couple then flew off to Assam from New Delhi in the same ensemble, and were greeted at the airport by traditional dancers moving to drum beats and clashing cymbals.
Upon their arrival to the Kaziranga National Park, the couple changed their clothing, and Kate was then seen in a beautiful printed Anna Sui dress, a silk chiffon number, with a folksy floral print, full sleeves and embroidery down the neckline.
The dress was perfect for a warm evening, where dancers entertained the Royals around a bonfire, with a traditional Bihu dance at their lodge.
Kate also wore black wedge espadrilles and wore her hair down in soft curls, and opted for her signature flawless skin with kohl lined eyes.
Prince William and his wife, Kate Middleton, planned their visit to Kaziranga specifically to focus global attention on conservation.
During their two-day stay in Assam, the royal couple will meet rangers and take a jeep safari through the park.
They will also speak with Karbi tribal villagers who live in a nearby hamlet - a meeting that is expected to boost morale among locals trying to protect the area's wildlife.