Kate Middleton's second outfit on the royal tour had the Duchess of Cambridge back to her style statement that has always been simpler than regal, and yet elegant.
The 32-year-old Kate wore her second dress on the third day of the tour as on the second day she privately retired with Prince William and baby George in Wellington, New Zealand.
The royal family is on a 19-day tour of New Zealand and Australia, their first official overseas trip abroad.
The Duchess wore black and white printed dress by Tory Burch for her engagement at Government House in Wellington along with William and George. This was also little prince's first royal engagement.
The knee-length dress by the American fashion designer gave Kate a casually aesthetic look that seemed perfect for the occasion, which was a meeting with nurse and parents' group of Plunket, New Zealand's largest provider of support services for the development, health and wellbeing of children under five.
Kate teamed her dress with dark stilettos and let her hair loose in her usual blow-dried style. Pear drop earrings and a wrist watch perfectly completed the ensemble.
The Duchess looked relaxed in her outfit as she held Prince George during the event and even as the future heir played with her mum's tresses at times. Dressed in a blue Rachel Riley romper, the eight-month-old too complemented Kate's casual outlook.
Kate didn't wear any statement jewel like she did on the day she arrived in New Zealand. However, over the coming days, the Duchess is expected to sport more royal look, especially at events which she will attend solo or with Prince William.
Kate will supposedly have over 30 dress changes during the tour.
Check out the pictures detailing the second dress of Kate Middleton from New Zealand and Australia tour below.