The Duchess was radiant in grey on the third day of her tour. Kate chose to wear a chic mid-length dress by Catherine Walker, who designed many gorgeous and notable gowns for Princess Diana.
Kate Middleton looked beautiful in a Catherine Walker design on July 2. The dress, known as the ‘Kensington,’ featured short-cuffed sleeves and a deep V on the back with sharply-angled lapels. The Royal Family has multiple ties to the designer, who died in 2010 after battling cancer. Princess Diana was an enormous fan and was often seen in many of her fabulous creations throughout the years. Several were recently sold at an auction in Toronto.
Kate’s shoes caused quite a stir as well — everybody wanted to know who designed the distinctive print! This Dela pump in cream and grey was created by breakout British designer Tabitha Simmons, coming from her fall/winter 2011 collection.
What a touching tribute to Princess Di!
Sunday, July 3 Royal Schedule – Quebec City, Quebec
Upon arrival in Quebec, Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge join the crew of HMCS Montréal in worship.
Arrival in Québec City on board the HMCS Montréal
To honour those who have contributed to the building of Canada, Their Royal Highnesses meet veterans and their families. During a tour of the Museum, the Royal Couple reflect on what Canadians have accomplished together and how we have defined ourselves through active service.
Tour of la Maison Dauphine
Their Royal Highnesses arrive at la Maison Dauphine to meet the staff and people who benefit or have benefitted from the services offered at the facility. La Maison Dauphine is a community leader in delivering a variety of programs to street youth of Québec.
Freedom of the City Ceremony at Québec City Hall – *Public Event*
Their Royal Highnesses experience the Freedom of the City Ceremony that acknowledges the relationship of trust and friendship between Québec City and the Royal 22 Régiment service members.
Lévis Community Celebration – *Public Event*
Their Royal Highnesses will join the community in celebrating the 375th anniversary of the Lauzon “seigneurie”, the 150th anniversary of the founding of Lévis, and the 10th anniversary of the new City of Lévis.
Arrival in Prince Edward Island
The 2011 Royal Tour of Prince Edward Island begins with the arrival of Their Royal Highnesses at Charlottetown Airport.
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