Kate Middleton can do no wrong (style-wise, at least).
Catherine and Prince William visited the War Memorial and Clock Tower in Blenheim, NZ., to attend a service commemorating the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War and lay a wreath in honour of the country's dead.
The Princess sported a striking light blue Alexander McQueen coat and accessorized with dark blue pumps, a matching box clutch and a poppy pin.
Unlike previous events where she sported her signature wavy locks around her shoulders, Kate wore her hair up in a sleek ponytail, the better to show off her diamond-and-sapphire earrings.
Unfortunately, Prince George didn't attend the event (he was probably pooped out from meeting all those babies the day before), but we're sure to see a lot more of him during the rest of the royal couple's three week tour of New Zealand and Australia.