The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's visit to India and Bhutan that began in Mumbai on Sunday will take in a tour of notable landmarks of India and Bhutan over the six-day tour. With all eyes on the royal couple, Kate Middleton and her stylist Natasha Archer have worked hard to curate a wardrobe that promotes a strong selection of Indian and British designers.
From the established designs of Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen to emerging talent of Mumbai-born designer Anita Dongre, stay on top of all of the Duchess' sartorial star moments from the Royal tour right here.
1 of 33 Kate chose Indian-American designer Naeem Khan for her visit to the Taj Mahal in Agra, India. Getty Kate chose Indian-American designer Naeem Khan for her visit to the Taj Mahal in Agra, India. Getty William and Kate visited the Taj Mahal and updated the infamous image of Princess Diana who was famously photographed alone in front of the Indian landmark. Getty April 16th: The Duke and Duchess bid farewell to Bhutan to return to India. the Duchess wore an Alexander McQueen dress that she has worn before, accessorised with a gold and diamond necklace given as a gift by the Queen of Bhutan. Getty April 15th: The Duchess looked vibrant in a red silk Beulah gown at a reception celebrating UK and Bhutanese friendship and cooperation at the Taj Hotel. Getty April 15th: For their final evening in Bhutan, Kate wore British designer Beulah, founded by her friend Natasha Rufus Isaacs. The red silk dress from the brand's SS15 collection was adorned with a beautiful poppy print, the national flower of Bhutan. Getty April 15th: The final day of the Royal visit in Bhutan was spent in a laidback look as the couple trekked through the mountains. Getty April 15th: The Duke and Duchess set off on a mountain trek wear Kate relied upon a pair of Penelope Chilvers boots that are reportedly ten years old. The Duchess teamed the boots up with an Jaegar linen shirt (£89), the Khaki Zara jeans she wore earlier in the week and a leather shooting waistcoat by Really Wild (£495). Getty The Duchess of Cambridge opted for a colourful design by Tory Burch with thigh high side splits. Getty Kate Middleton chose US designer Tory Burch to attend a dinner with King and Queen of Bhutan. Getty April 14th: Kate added a French designer into her Royal tour wardrobe this morning by wearing a Paul and Joe cape with her traditional Bhutanese skirt. Getty April 14th: The Duchess wore a traditional skirt by Bhutanese weaver Kelzan Wangmo that was paired with a Lyrisme Cape Jacket from French brand Paul and Joe (£393). Getty April 14th: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge pose for photographs after arriving into Paro International Airport in Bhutan. Kate wore an Emilia Wickstead coat dress that she wore to a previous engagement in 2012. Chris Jackson/ Getty Images April 13th: The mother of two looked ready for the heat in summery coral hued printed dress and cute drop earrings. Getty April 13th: Kate's post safari look was more refined as she tied her back and teamed a knee length printed dress with simple wedge slingbacks Getty April 13th: Kate paired a high street Zara blouse with J Brand biker-style jeans and simple moccasin slip-on shoes. Getty April 13th: Kate dressed down for an Indian safari in Zara blouse, J Brand jeans and Ray Ban Wayfarer sunglasses. Getty April 12th: Kate wore a printed silk maxi dress by Anna Sui to a Bihu Festival Celebration at Diphlu River Lodge in Kaziranga, India Getty April 12th: The Duchess seemed be enjoying herself whilst dancing at the Bihu Festival celebrations in Kaziranga Getty April 12th: Kate Middleton chose another outfit from British designer Alice Temperley for a meeting with Indian prime minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi. Getty The jade green'Desdemona' dress with lace detailing is from Alice Temperley's pre-fall 2016 collection and retails at £954. Getty April 12th: The Duke and Duchess spent time in the children's centre run by the charity Salaam Baalak. April 12th: Kate chose a modest printed maxi dress with seventies-inspired tie front and long sleeves to visit street children in New Delhi at the main railway station. The Duchess attends a garden party in New Delhi on 11 April to celebrate the Queen's forthcoming 90th birthday wearing Alice Temperley crop top and maxi skirt. Getty The Duchess wore British designer Emilia Wickstead to meet entrepreneurs in Mumbai. Getty The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on day two of their Royal tour of India and Bhutan with the duchess wearing British designer Emilia Wickstead. Getty Mumbai-born designer Anita Dongre who employs artisans to work using traditional skills to create her dresses, was favoured by the duchess who wore one of her designs to a cricket match. Getty For a more relaxed look while playing cricket in one Mumbai's poorest areas, the Duchess wore a laidback summer “Gulrukh” dress by Mumbai-born designer Anita Dongre that retails for $236 (£167) on her website. Getty The mother of two paired her royal blue gown with statement drop earrings in Lapis and diamond by Indian jewellery designer Amrapali costing £2,730. Kate Middleton wore a bespoke gown and shawl from British designer Jenny Packham. AFP/Getty Kate Middleton's Alexander McQueen dress for day one of her Indian tour was an adapted version taken from the brand's Pre-Fall collection. Getty For her first official engagement to lay a wreath at the Taj Palace Hotel in memory of the victims of the 2008 attack, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a vibrant, red long-sleeved dress by Alexander McQueen. Getty The Duchess chose Saloni as the designer to lead her wardrobe for the Royal India tour. AFP/Getty Kate Middleton selected Indian Designer Saloni to kick off the pre-Royal Tour events. AFP/Getty