Duchess of Cambridge wears floral dress in Belizean blue for first day of royal tour
The Duchess of Cambridge has stepped out in a puff-sleeved, floral dress and wedges to visit a cacao farm in Belize.
Kate, 40, is at the beginning of an eight-day royal tour to the Caribbean in honour of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee year, which will also see her travel to Jamaica and The Bahamas with Prince William.
In pictures shared to Twitter by royal correspondent Chris Ship, the royal mother-of-three looked pretty in the smocked midi-dress for their latest engagement.
Been getting a lesson today about the importance of cacao to Belize’s Maya community.
William and Kate just getting a tour of a family run cacao farm relocated after yesterday’s protests).
(I can confirm the chocolate tastes good…) pic.twitter.com/PjmHLMaL2r
— Chris Ship (@chrisshipitv) March 20, 2022
Just like her all-blue outfit to arrive in the country yesterday, its colours appeared to nod to the Belizean flag.
The Tory Burch frock – which also features a square neckline and shirred waist – has since sold out online.
Finishing off her look, the duchess wore a pair of yellow wedges, which showed of red nail polish, and statement blue earrings.
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Responding to the post, one social media user wrote: "I absolutely love their outfit for this engagement."
Another commented: "Omg that dressssssssssssss."
On the visit, the duke and duchess were given a tour of the family-run cacao farm and learnt about the importance of cacao to the country's Maya community.
It comes after the duchess paid a sweet tribute to Princess Diana during her first appearance on the tour.
She stepped off the plane wearing jewellery that previously belonged to the late royal – including sapphire and diamond earrings and a matching pendant necklace.
The duchess also wore a lace, peplum-style dress designed by Jenny Packham, along with a £400 pair of Emmy London heels and a clutch bag.
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