After a whirlwind first day, the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William continued their Canadian tour on Friday with a visit to the Canadian Museum of Civilisation for a citizenship ceremony and celebrations at at Parliament Hill.
The former-Kate Middleton took the theme of Canada Day quite literally, dressing in a sort of high fashion version of the country's flag. She brought a cream-colored Reiss dress out of the closet, last seen in her engagement pictures, and accessorized with a maple leaf brooch lent to her by the Queen, a red leafy hat by Sylvia Fletcher at Lock and Co., Anya Hindmarch's Fan Clutch in cream and a pair of red heels.
In the evening, she and Prince William continued to fete the country, but with an outfit change. Catherine slipped into a purple Issa frock, black pumps and toted a black Anya Hindmarch clutch while Will ditched his tie.
On Saturday, the couple made a few final stops before leaving Ottawa. The Duchess chose a gray Catherine Walker dress, a Hobbs "Somerton" bag in silver and Tabitha Simmons pumps for tree planting at Rideau Hall.