Kate Middleton wows in New Zealand in her respective Alexander McQueen and Jenny Packham outfits


What is better than ogling one Kate Middleton outfit? That’s right – ogling two!

It was a busy day for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge yesterday, as they continued their tour of New Zealand by firstly attending the Blenheim War Memorial and then heading off to a lavish state reception at Government House. Not before a quick change of outfits, obviously.

Kate firstly donned a beautiful custom blue coat dress by Alexander McQueen – not hugely dissimilar to the Utility Coat Dress that comes in pale blue and black versions from the pre-spring/summer collection – and teamed it with a chic ponytail, and matching suede shoes and a Stuart Weitzman clutch bag.  Another sleek and sophisticated look from the Duchess!


She then upped the glamour factor for the lavish reception in the evening; she still stuck with a British designer as far as her outfit was concerned, but swapped the Alexander McQueen for another one of her favourites: Jenny Packham!

Kate wore a stunning bespoke black Jenny Packham dress, complete with long sleeves and a sparkling fern on the left shoulder – an obvious tribute to New Zealand. Her trademark voluminous locks were back in action, giving us serious shine and curl envy all at the same time. How is it possible for one person to be so perfect?

Two flawless looks from our future Queen – what do you guys think?

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