Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, was looking radiant in an aquamarine dress as she touched down in Dunedin, New Zealand, for the seventh day of the Royal Tour.
Duchess Kate arrived wearing matching dress and hat combo, with Prince William proudly by her side.
The Emelia Wickstead dress was worn with a Jane Taylor hat and the Queen's diamond fern brooch.
The 32-year-old was welcomed in Dunedin by a cute five-year-old who gave her a traditional Maori hello - a hongi. The greeting involves touching noses! How sweet.
According to MailOnline, the youngster, Mataawhio Matahaere-vient, said: "I asked if I could hug her and she said yes, she was beautiful."
It was a busy day for the couple, who attended a church service for Palm Sunday before heading off for a busy day of sporting activities. They were all smiles as they prepared for a ride on the Shotover Jet on the Shotover River and also enjoyed watching a game of 'rippa rugby' at Forsyth Barr stadium.
But that wasn't all, because the Duke and Duchess also headed off for a wine tasting session at the Amisfield Winery in Queenstown.
During yesterday's visit to Cambridge, New Zealand, Prince William apparently let it slip that the couple are planning on extending their family.
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