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Kate Middleton Wears Topshop To Feed Baby Rhinos And Elephants On Day 4 Of India Royal Tour

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Even though she's a royal, Kate Middleton is just like us! (Sort of.)

For day four of the India royal tour, the Duchess of Cambridge visited Kaziranga National Park with husband, Prince William, and donned a rather accessible ensemble which you'd most likely find in we commoners wardrobes (unlike her stunning Jenny Packham and McQueen frocks): a $136 smock-style dress from British high-street brand, Topshop.


The soft pink dress, which is already sold out on Topshop's website, featured a floral motif throughout and was accented with black embroidered details. The frock hit just-above the 34-year-old Duchess' knee and had a tie-up neckline with black tassels on the end.


Catherine paired the dress with a sensible pair of wedged espadrilles. Her long locks were tied back into a chic, low chignon, showing off her drop-down earrings beautifully.


While at the conservation park, the Duke and Duchess made some new animal friends: a baby rhino and an elephant calf, whom they both fed and petted.




That wasn't Kate's only OOTD, however. Upon arriving at Kaziranga, she opted for a more casual, safari-chic ensemble consisting of a simple polka-dotted button down shirt, army green skinny jeans, boat shoes and Ray-Ban sunglasses. The royal couple was presented with traditional hand-woven scarves, before jetting off on a jeep to see the animals.




For more photos from the India royal tour, check out the gallery below:

Royal Visit 2016 - India And Bhutan
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