Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, has been blowing us away with her Royal Tour wardrobe - and she arrived in Canberra on Sunday night looking nothing short of perfect, as usual.
Prince William and Duchess Kate stepped off the plane looking super-stylish in co-ordinating blue, with Kate wowing in a royal-hued Stella McCartney dress.
The slimline frock co-ordinated with Prince George's cute knitted cardie and William's printed tie.
The azure colour of the frock complemented Kate's tanned skin, and the Duchess was literally glowing.
It's not the first time Duchess Kate has worn the frock; she was spotted working it at the 2012 Olympic Games tennis tournament at Wimbledon, and again for a trip to National Portrait Gallery later that year, reports the Daily Mail.
Although she's shown off a number of dazzling new dresses for the tour, Kate has done her fair bit of recycling, too.
Earlier on Sunday, Kate donned a pretty broderie anglaise yellow dress on a trip to Sydney's Taronga Zoo that she'd had made back in 2012.
During the trip to zoo, we got our Prince George fix, with the young royal being introduced to a bilby that was named after him.
The little prince looked very pleased as he was given a new bilby cuddly toy to play with too.
During their trip to the zoo, Prince William and Duchess Kate also got to check out the bird show, feed a giraffe, and meet a cuter-than-cute koala bear.
The royals will now have a free day on Monday to spend in Canberra while preparing for an engagement in Uluru the following day, reports Hello magazine.
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