It's hard to take attention away a royal baby and a koala but Kate Middleton managed it with ease.
After unleashing her inner Maverick in a fighter jet on Saturday, the Duchess of Cambridge returned to reality when she attended an Easter Sunday Service in Sydney, Australia, with Prince William on Sunday.
The Princess sported a stunning ivory Alexander McQueen coat and Jane Taylor gray fascinator, which complemented her drop earrings and her half updo hairstyle (a look she has been sporting consistently during the royal tour).
After the service, the couple gave their nanny a break and took adorable Prince George to the Taronga Zoo (the tyke's second official event on the tour) where the family opened the official Prince George Bilby Exhibit and checked out local wildlife. (Even while standing next to a cute koala, Catherine managed to get all the attention.)
While George won over the crowd in a cute striped Rachel Riley blue-and-white top and blue shorts, his mom looked effortlessly chic in a lemon yellow eyelet frock she helped design with the Queen's tailors, and last wore on a tour to the Solomon Islands in 2012.
After all the excitement, Kate was spotted wearing another recycled dress when she arrived at Fairbairn Airport in Canberra, Australia: a blue Stella McCartney, which she also wore at the National Portrait Gallery in 2012 and the 2012 London Olympic Games.
Check out pics of Kate, William and Prince George as they tour Down Under: