Kate Middleton's sixth dress for the royal tour saw her in a stunning green outfit.
As reported earlier, the Duchess of Cambridge will have more than 30 dress changes during her 19-day official tour of New Zealand and Australia.
On the sixth day of the royal tour in New Zealand, Kate donned a green Erdem coat as she arrived at Hamilton airport along with Prince William.
The Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge visited the Pacific Aerospace plant near Hamilton and later went to Cambridge to open the new National Cycling Centre of Excellence, also known as the Avantidrome. The royal couple also placed flowers on the war memorial in Cambridge.
At Avantidrome, Their Royal Highnesses were presented with a bicycle for Prince George. They also met Olympians at the new centre.
About 15,000 people lined across the streets to get a glimpse of William and Kate while they walked about in Cambridge.
The 32-year-old Kate dazzled in her ensemble for the occasion. Though her dress was not low hemline this time, the Duchess looked as elegant as before.
Kate's knee-length dress featured a zip running from top to bottom, pockets at the sides and a Peter Pan neck. Catherine did not wear any statement jewels for the visit and sported her famous blow-dried hairdo.
Check out the pictures detailing the sixth dress of Kate Middleton from her New Zealand and Australia tour below.