The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived in Kelowna, B.C. on Tuesday for a tour of the city, which included visiting the Taste of B.C. food festival, Mission Hill Winery and The University of British Columbia Okanagan.
At UBCO, Catherine and William were welcomed by local students and a UBC Heat women's volleyball game (which we're sure the Duchess was thrilled about considering she loves a good sports match).
On campus, Kate wore an emerald green Dolce & Gabbana crepe midi dress equipped with gold button details and a neck tie. She paired the bottle dress with nude LK Bennett pumps, a nude LK Bennett clutch, and Monica Vinader 'siren' drop earrings.
Unlike the previous day which saw the mother of Prince George and Princess Charlotte with her hair in an updo at the reconciliation ceremony, day four's beauty look consisted of Kate's signature bouncy curls, a nude lip and a dark lined eye.
Later in the day, the royals flew north to Whitehorse, where, you guessed it, temperatures were considerably lower than the balmy weather of the Okanagan Valley.
Sticking with emerald green, Kate wrapped herself up in a thick Hobbs trench coat with a wool and rayon blend and held onto a maple leaf tartan scarf, which was designed in 1964 by David Weiser, as she landed in Yukon.
We first saw the double-breasted coat on the Duchess during St. Patrick's Day celebrations in 2014.
The Duke and Duchess are set for a busy and cold day in Whitehorse on Wednesday as they plan to take in the MacBride Museum of Yukon History and a mountain biking demonstration at Montana Mountain. And according to Vanity Fair, Kate's trusted stylist Natasha Archer is said to have packed thermal underwear for the 34-year-old royal.
For more moments from the 2016 Royal Tour of Canada, check out the slideshow below: