Kate Middleton wore her boldest look yet on day 7 of the royal couple's tour of New Zealand on April 13.
Wearing a vivid aquamarine Emilia Wickstead dress with long sleeves and a pleated skirt, paired with a matching Jane Taylor hat and grey pumps, the 32-year-old showed her support for local designers- a first for the Duchess of Cambridge on the trip so far.
Catherine and William were in the southern city of Dunedin and were greeted by bagpipes and a traditional Maori welcome from the Ngai Tahu tribe.
And just like on their first day in the beautiful country, the Duke and Duchess rubbed noses with their hosts in the Maori welcome, known as a hongi.
After the traditional welcome, Duchess Kate changed out of her stunning dress into something less formal: a cream sweater, skinny jeans and sneakers for a game of tag rugby, where Kate and Will coached opposing teams.
As payback for Catherine beating William at a yacht race a few days prior, the prince's team claimed victory over Kate's, beating them 30-20.
Unfortunately, Prince George wasn't spotted at the event, but with two more weeks to go, we're sure to see the little heir out and about soon.