For her final stop in Singapore, the Duchess of Cambridge chose a duck egg blue Jenny Packham creation.
The shirtdress – which had a ruffled lace detail – was belted at the waist and had a pleated skirt. She completed the outfit with nude heels.
To shade herself from the scorching Singapore sun, Kate also carried a Japanese paper parasol.
Jenny Packham is one of Kate’s go-to designers. She wore Packham’s designs on several occasions during her North American tour last year, and it was the designer’s dress that she wore for her first day in the city-state.
She and Prince William laid wreaths at the war memorial in a ceremony to remember the soldiers who battled for Britain during the Second World War.
The royal couple will fly off to Kuala Lumpur later today to continue with the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee tour.
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