Despite the gloomy weather of the Great Bear Rainforest, Catherine and the Duke of Cambridge were all smiles as they were warmly welcomed to the Heiltsuk Nation in British Columbia by First Nations leaders and the local community.
Day three's outdoorsy off-duty outfit saw Kate Middleton wearing dark washed Zara skinny jeans, a Holland & Holland Sahara cotton jacket and gold kite earrings designed by Canadian-born Pippa Small.
The Pippa Small earrings are the first Canadian-designed piece worn by Catherine this tour, and we could see them perfectly in thanks to Kate's hair being pulled back into a half-up, half-down 'do (ditching her usual blown-out locks).
During the welcoming ceremony, the fashion plot thickened when she took off her jacket to reveal a blue knit sweater over top of a collared plaid shirt.
She accessorized the outdoorsy look with a clear bubble umbrella, as the rain came pouring down on B.C.'s central coast.
And if you've been keeping up to date with Kate Middleton's style over the decade, you'll know the Duchess has been wearing the same Penelope Chilvers tassel boots for more than 10 years.
This casual look from the mother of Prince George and Princess Charlotte has been a nice change since her arrival into Canada on the weekend. Stepping off the plane in Victoria, the 34-year-old wore a long-sleeved, collared lapis dress by Jenny Packham with a matching cocktail hat, whereas day two saw Kate in a red embroidered Alexander McQueen frock with pleated tiers.
What can we say? The Duchess really knows how to work her tour wardrobe.
For more moments from the 2016 Royal Tour of Canada, check out the slideshow below: