Kate Middleton doesn’t wear sweatpants and an old t-shirt to board a long flight back home. The Duchess of Cambridge and her family — husband Prince William and children Prince George and Princess Charlotte — looked stunning as they hopped on a private plane in Victoria, Canada, to end their week-long tour of the British Columbia.
Middleton was seen boarding the plane Saturday in a stunning cream-colored coat with a pleated white dress underneath. The Duchess of Cambridge paired the look with nude pumps. According to the blog What Kate Wore, Middleton’s coat is by designer Catherine Walker. The mother of two has been spotted in the past wearing several gorgeous coats by Walker.
It’s not exactly clear where Middleton’s dress is from since it was hidden underneath her coat, but the fashion blog suggests that it’s the Whistles Lina Dobby skirt, an item she has worn on several different occasions. The Duchess’ nude pumps were from L.K. Bennett in the color trench (nude). The shoes cost around $325, and are also available at Nordstrom and Shopbop. To finish off her look, Middleton wore Queen Elizabeth’s diamond and platinum Maple Leaf brooch.
Other outfits Middleton wore during her family’s tour of Canada included a gorgeous blue Jenny Packham dress coat, nude heels and a blue Locke and Co. hat. The 34-year-old royal was also photographed wearing a red and white embroidered eyelet lace dress from Alexander McQueen. According to Variety, the dress cost over $5,000. Middleton paired the look with L.K. Bennett heels and a red Miu Miu clutch.
The Duchess wasn’t the only member of her family who looked amazing as they left British Columbia. Princess Charlotte was seen wearing a floral printed dress, white tights and a burgundy sweater with matching shoes. Prince George looked dapper in red shorts and a blue sweater, while his dad Prince William wore a blue suit for the ride home.
In a statement (via E! News), the Duke of Cambridge thanked the people of Canada for their hospitality saying that his family thoroughly enjoyed their stay. “Catherine and I are incredibly grateful to the people of Canada for the warmth and hospitality they have extended to our family over the last week,” Prince William said. “We have loved our time in British Columbia and Yukon and will never forget the beautiful places we have seen and the many people who have been kind enough to come to welcome us in person.”