Kate Middleton put a bold fashion foot forward for visiting the suburb of Elizabeth near Adelaide in South Australia.
The Duchess of Cambridge, who is undertaking a 19-day official visit to New Zealand and Australia with Prince William and their son George, touched down in the suburb on Wednesday morning after visiting Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock
The suburb named after the Queen was visited by Her Majesty in 1963.
Kate wore a pale pink dress by Alexander McQueen for visiting the suburb of Elizabeth.
She looked elegant in the skirt dress that featured deep V-neckline, something which the Duchess seldom wears in public.
Kate teamed her dress with sleek jewellery and her nude stilettos. Kate, known for styling her hair in soft curls, sported straightened hair. Her half hair tied back to a straight ponytail added to her regal quotient.
The Duchess of Cambridge flaunted her bold, yet sophisticated style as she carried out her engagements in the suburb of Elizabeth.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's visit to the suburb was themed on youth. The royal couple visited a youth community centre, where they were shown how to play on DJ decks.
Their Royal Highnesses visited a skate park where they were presented a skateboard for Prince George.
William and Kate also unveiled a plaque naming a plaza after the little prince outside the civic centre of the City of Playford, a local government area in the northern suburbs of Adelaide.
Check out the pictures of Kate's newest and bold style statement from her visit to Elizabeth suburb below.