Kate Middleton, Prince William and son Prince George bid adieu to Australia as they completed the last day of their incredible three-week royal tour Down Under.
It's been a whirlwind trip for the royal family, but especially for the Duchess of Cambridge, who wowed us with more than a dozen outfit changes.
From the red Catherine Walker coat she wore when she first landed in New Zealand on Day 1 of the tour to her fighter jet ensemble and her attention-stealing (from a koala) frock, Duchess Catherine has dazzled us with her chic, timeless style.
So, after getting up at the crack of dawn on Friday to attend a war memorial service (while wearing appropriate black outfits), Kate and William capped of their last day in Oz by attending another war service and laying a wreath at the Australian War Memorial on ANZAC Day in Canberra.
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Duchess Kate showed off her flair for fashion in a striking grey tweed Michael Kors coat dress (one of her favourite looks) and accessorized with a navy hat by Australian milliner Jonathan Howard, a navy clutch and matching pumps, which complemented hubby William's navy suit.
Kate completed the ensemble with a jewelled poppy brooch, a Cartier watch and an Asprey charm pendant.
But it wouldn't be the royal tour if wee baby Prince George didn't make an appearance! The future King of England was hoisted on mum's hip when the family waved goodbye to their fans, as they departed the country in their plane.
The little tyke looked adorable in a red cardigan over a white shirt, red pinstripe shorts and adorable black shoes.
We're going to miss this family so much!