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Attending the Easter Day service at St. George's Chapel, the Duchess wore an outfit by Catherine Walker and the Duke opted for a navy blue suit and monochrome tie.
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Attending a meeting with French President François Hollande at the Elysee Palace in Paris, the Duchess wore a bottle green coat by Catherine Walker and the Duke opted for a navy blue suit and patterned tie.
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Attending a dinner at the British Embassy in Paris, the Duchess looked elegant in an icy blue Jenny Packham and the Duke wore a black tuxedo.
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Posing in front of the Eiffel tower as they visit a 'Les Voisins in Action' event, the Duchess opted to wear Parisian label Chanel and the Duke wore a dark grey suit with a red tie, which complimented the detailing in Kate's outfit.
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Standing on the balcony of Buckingham Palace for the Trooping the Colour, the Duchess wore an outfit by Alexander McQueen (the same one she wore for Charlotte's christening) and a hat by Philip Treacy, and the Duke wore the regiment uniform.
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Attending Royal Ascot at the Ascot Racecourse. Both the Duke and the Duchess wore elegant headwear. The Duchess opted for a Dolce & Gabbana lace dress and a fascinator by Jane Taylor.
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Posing in front of the Taj Mahal in Agra, India, the Duchess chose a striking shift by Naeem Khan. The two later recreated a famous photo of William's late mother, Princess Diana, sitting alone on a marble bench in front of the Monument of Love.
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Attending the Royal Film Performance of 'Spectre' at London's Royal Albert Hall. William gave the guys black-tie goals, while the Duchess stunned in an ice-blue Jenny Packham gown.
Posing at Auckland Harbour in New Zealand. Dressed down in nautical-themed outfits, the royal couple proved they can do low-key dressing too, with the Duchess wrapping up in a £79.99 blazer from Zara.
Attending the Tusk Conservation Awards at The Royal Society in London. The Duchess sparkled in a silver Jenny Packham gown, while William looked dapper in a Tuxedo.
The couple showed us power dressing at its finest at an official engagement. The Duchess donned her favourite Stuart Weitzman cork wedges - one of her most recycled fashion items.
Arriving at a charity event for Absolute Return for Kids, ARK, in London. The Duchess of Cambridge glowed in a Jenny Packham gown, while Prince William kept things classic once again.