Kate Middleton wearing Hobbs for a stroll around Uluru
Kate Middleton has stuck to a muted palette over the past few days, choosing several dresses of a similar hue for the latest leg of the royal tour.
Gone are the bright green Erdem coat, and 'banana yellow' Roksanda Ilincic number, replaced by a series of bluish-grey dresses.
The Cambridges have just spent the day at one of Australia's most iconic areas of natural beauty: Uluru, formerly known as Ayers Rock (and are now expected to be enjoying a pot of glamping under the stars).
Kate chose to wear a dusky lavender Roksanda Ilincic shift for the first part of the day – her second dress by the London-based designer – before swapping into a checked grey and white frock from high street store, Hobbs (which dates back to the summer of 2012).
The Duchess also opted for a blusish-grey colour for Easter Sunday, when she wore a beautiful bespoke Alexander McQueen coat for a service at St Andrews Catherdral in Sydney.
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By Olivia Marks