PHOTOS: Kate Middleton Wears Three Outfits In One Day

Kate Middleton is seriously making a sartorial statement during her nine-day tour through the Far East and the South Pacific with Prince William. On her second day in Singapore, she wore not one, not two, but three totally different and stunning outfits, and we’ve got the full breakdown of each one. But let’s preface this by saying that though the looks aren’t exactly showstoppers like her Prabal Gurung dress on Tuesday, the ensembles are still classic Kate.

For her first stop of the day at the Rolls Royce factory and the Gardens by the Bay, Kate opted for a white eyelet skirt suit by Alexander McQueen. The jacket featured a slightly lower neckline than we’re used to seeing from Kate and nearly elbow-length sleeves — sexy and demure. She paired her white ensemble with a matching belt, navy clutch by Muse, and of course, her Stuart Weitzman wedges. During the tour of the fancy car factory, Kate and Wills wore protective glasses, which just made them look silly and and cute. So this is what they’d look like with specs!

Then Kate switched into a printed top with fluttery sleeves and full skirt by Singapore label Raoul to visit Queenstown, obviously named after Queen Elizabeth II. If you really wanted to know, the pieces are obviously sold-out now. There, Kate and Will painted with schoolchildren with special needs at the Rainbow Center. The pair looked right at home playing with the kids, and according to the Associated Press, Will even told a fan that he wanted two children with Kate. The tabloids are going to have a field day with that quote.

And last but certainly not least, Kate chose an Erdem frock for the British High Commission reception in the evening. Kate looked nothing short of stunning in the printed dress and platforms (we’re betting those are her fave L.K. Bennett shoes), and carried a box clutch.

See all of Kate’s outfits from the second day of the tour right here:




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