KATE Middleton proved today that you don't always have to wear a brand new outfit to dazzle.
Attending the Royal New Zealand Police College outside Wellington on Day 10 of her tour alongside her husband Prince William and her son, eight-month-old future king Prince George, the Duchess of Cambridge recycled an old fashion favourite.
KATE Middleton has been the talk of the town over the past week as she and hubby Prince William embarked on a tour of Australia and New Zealand.
And if the topic of conversation wasn't all about how incredibly cute Prince George is, it has of course been about the Duchess of Cambridge's wardrobe.
KATE Middleton must be feeling pretty exhausted right about now.
And what better way to kick back and relax than to sip on a good old glass of vino.
The Duchess of Cambridge and husband Prince William left baby George with the nanny (we hope) as they indulged in some mummy and daddy time at the vineyard.
London: Kate Middleton paid a visit to ailing kids at Rainbow Place Children's Hospice.
The Duchess of Cambridge is on a three-week tour to New Zealand and Australia with her husband and Britain's Prince William and son Prince George.
Dressed in emerald coat by Erdem, the Duchess of Cambridge Saturday met with more than 40 children and their families, and after going on a tour of the facility, she said, "There should be more places like this", reports radaronline.com.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had, earlier in the day, taken part in a wreath-laying ceremony at the town's war memorial to commemorate the victims of the First World War and other conflicts.
Shortly after noon, William, 31, and Kate, 32, travelled to the next stop on their itinerary — the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre nearby, where they were scheduled to view an aircraft exhibition and flight display.
KATE Middleton is unstoppable.
The Duchess of Cambridge's wardrobe is bursting at the seams as must the suitcase(s) she's taken on the royal New Zealand tour be.
Having starred as a princess herself in The Princess Diaries, Oscar winner Anne was asked by a 6-year-old fan who her favourite princess was.
Anne first told the little girl that she was her favourite princess before adding: "My favorite princess is Kate Middleton, but she's a duchess. She's a princess too, right? I'll go with Kate Middleton.
The couple touched down in Wellington on Monday and gave the world a good look at 8-month-old George as they emerged from their plane.
Kate, 32, looked smart in a buttoned red coat and hat and carried her cute blond son in her arms.
Little George still seemed to have plenty of energy after the long-haul flight and wriggled about while dad William, 31, kept glancing at him.
As the royal family stepped off the plane at the military terminal at around 1pm local time on Monday 7 April, the Duke and Duchess were greeted by a welcoming team and mirrored the Prince and Princess of Wales' visit in 1983.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expected to touchdown in the country's capital at around midday, beginning a ten-day visit to the Antipodean country before journeying on to Australia.
As was the case with Prince William's first visit Down Under, royal fans will be hoping to catch a glimpse of eight-month-old George as his disembarks the plane with his parents and new Spanish nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo.