Watch: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive in The Bahamas
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have touched down in The Bahamas, the final destination of their Caribbean Royal Tour to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
Landing on the island for the final leg of their week-long tour, the duchess paid homage to the host nation in The Bahamas' national colour.
Kate, 40, stunned in a bespoke Emilia Wickstead aquamarine dress, in the same shade as The Bahamas’ flag, as she arrived in Nassau with Prince William on Thursday.
The tailored dress, which honoured the colours of the island nation’s flag, featured a structured collar and tailored bodice with a knee-length skirt and long sleeves.
The mother-of-three teamed the custom-made dress by Emilia Wickstead, one of her go-to designers for public events, with a matching aquamarine clutch bag and pair of Gianvito Rossi suede heels in a neutral beige shade.
The duchess swept her signature brunette blow dry into a ponytail to protect it from the crosswinds on the tarmac, as she has done for travel throughout the royal tour, and chose a pair of Sezane ‘Taylor’ earrings in a matching blue shade for the occasion.
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The Duchess of Cambridge has exercised her prowess with finesse when it comes to diplomatic dressing on the royal tour of the Caribbean.
Earlier the same day, Kate opted for a recycled green Emilia Wickstead dress (previously worn in 2021) which she accessorised with Kiki McDonough cushion drop diamond and citrine hoop earrings, and the Queen's hummingbird brooch, a gift to Her Majesty during her Golden Jubilee visit to Jamaica in 2002.
The brooch features a Jamaican National Doctor Bird, a species of hummingbird native to Jamaica and known for its distinctive tail streamers, and can be converted into a hat pin.
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