Kate Middleton shines in green Dolce & Gabbana dress

The Duchess of Cambridge is on a royal tour with Prince William and their two children. Kate Middleton stole the limelight when she arrived in Victoria with her family. Kate was wearing a Dolce & Gabbana dress.

Kate Middleton shines in green Dolce & Gabbana dress

The public seemed to be dazzled by the young princess and her children. They had previously been left at the residence under the care of their nanny Maria Borrallo.

The green ensemble worn by the Duchess was paired with Dolce & Gabbana shoes. This is the first visit in the past 30 years. Almost three decades earlier Prince Charles and Princess Diana had come to the area.

While displaying her green Dolce & Gabbana clothing, the princess tasted some fine delicacies from the region. This is also a ritual of the royal tours. Kate and Prince William sampled the dish known as ‘absolutely phallic.’

As Kate Middleton wears Dolce & Gabbana green dress, the couple got itself into the geoduck which is an odd looking saltwater clam. Both of them seemed to be having a great time. Both man and wife were astonished by the long neck of the creature.

They had caught sight of the animal while they were touring a winery in the valley of Okanagan. The Duke and Duchess initially appeared to believe there was little chance of any geoduck passing their lips when they saw some whole.

The couple also tasted an assortment of other dishes prepared by some of the finest chefs in Canada. Kate’s shows off her green Dolce and Gabbana flowing like beautiful gown as she accompanied her charming husband.

After having a great culinary experience, the duke and the duchess flew to Whitehorse which is a town located in the Yukon Territory. The most special thing about Yukon is that northern lights are visible from here. The royal couple attended a cultural evening.

Kate Middleton is widely known for her style and fashion sense. She has found her name several times in the list of best dressed women. In 2010,11,12,13, she was number one on Vanity Fair’s annual best dressed women.

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