Kate Middleton ended her and Prince William‘s Royal Tour of Canada on a high—and style-savvy—note Friday.
The Duchess was decked out in a satin-and-wool scarlet-colored—think bright red with a slight orange hue—coat-dress for her and William’s final stop of their nine-day tour: The Calgary Zoo.
The coatdress is called the “Marianne,” and is by designer Catherine Walker. Kate wore her favorite nude L.K. Bennett pumps and the Queen’s maple leaf brooch, which she wore last week during Canada Day festivities in Ottawa.
The royal couple were taken by Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach and his wife Marie on a tour of the zoo’s Enmax Conservatory on St. George’s Island, located near downtown Calgary.
They walked through the conservatory’s Garden of Life, a pathway that winds among a variety of tropical plants, and the Premier highlighted some of the research, particularly aimed at protecting the environment.
Earlier in the day, the newlyweds took part in a parade for the Calgary Stampede, at which they donned jeans. Afterwards, they made a quick pit stop at their hotel, where Kate changed outfits.
After the reception at the zoo, the pair headed to airport and boarded a Los Angeles-bound jet.
— David Caplan
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