Prince William and his wife the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, dressed in their finest to visit the National Arboretum in Canberra on Thursday during the penultimate day of their three-week Royal Tour of Australia and New Zealand.
Kate wore yet another stunning designer ensemble.Think emerald green, think beautiful coat dress by Catherine Walker teamed with her favourite nude pumps from L.K. Bennett - this might just be one of her best tour outfits yet. Wills looked pretty dapper too in a navy blue suit, crisp white shirt and grey flecked tie.
This is them both taking turns to plant an English Oak Tree at the arboretum - they're clearly not afraid of getting their hands dirty and what better way to leave their mark on the capital?
Afterwards the royal couple signed the site's guestbook and mixed in with local children and parents to talk conservation projects and, naturally, gardening techniques.
Next on the agenda was a visit to Parliament House in Canberra where William and Kate attended a reception hosted by Australia's prime minister Tony Abbott in the Great Hall. While Kate kept her immaculate, belted at the waist, ensemble the same Wills spruced things up with a change of tie.
While ALL eyes were on the Duchess of Cambridge (man, she is just breathtaking) it was Wills who delivered a speech that seriously worked the crowd:
"Reluctantly, Catherine, George and I leave Australia tomorrow. Thank you for the warmth and generosity that has been shown to us during our visit. We go away with wonderful memories, and George goes away with his cuddly wombat which he has taken to chewing so lovingly.
"We greatly look forward to coming back and when we return, it will be to marvel again at all that Australia is and yet to become. Thank you."
See all the best pics from the Royal Tour of New Zealand and Australia in the gallery below.