The Royal Couple's eight-day tour of India and Bhutan kicked off on Sunday, April 10 and Kate Middleton has already worn some beautiful and colorful outfits. Let's take a look at the Duchess of Cambridge's looks from her travels so far.
The Duchess wore a chic, blue-and-white Naeem Khan dress to the Taj Mahal, where she and Prince William recreated Princess Diana's iconic photo.
For her flight to visit the Taj Mahal, Kate Middleton wore crisp white Alexander McQueen separates and neutral accessories.
The Duchess wore a long, poppy red gown to a reception at the Taj Hotel in Thimpu, Butan.
To meet King Jigme Khesar Namgyal Wangchuk and his wife Queen Jetsun Pema in Thimphu, the Duchess opted for a Bhutanese kira-style purple skirt and white embroidered cape.
Arriving in Bhutan, Middleton looked decidedly regal in a yellow-gold coat dress and nude pumps.
During a visit to a slew of elephants, Middleton donned this pink floral print sundress by Topshop.
At a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, she chose a Temperley London lace dress and L.K. Bennett heels.
For a visit to a children's charity in Salaam Baalak, the Duchess opted for a dress from high-street brand Glamorous with Russell & Bromley shoes.
At a party in honor of the Queen's 90th birthday, she wore a two-piece set, an embroidered crop top and midi-length skirt, by another one of her favorite designers Alice Temperley.
To kick off the launch of the India and Bhutan tour, Kate wore one of her favorite British designers, Alexander McQueen. One of the first stops was the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, one of four sites attacked by terrorists in 2008.
Kate Middleton shows off her cricket skills during a visit to meet children from Magic Bus, Childline and Doorstep, three non-governmental organizations, at Mumbai's iconic recreation ground, the Oval Maidan. The Duchess of Cambridge wore a dress by Anita Dongre, one of India's most well-known designers, and wedges from Monsoon.
Kate and William attend a soccer game during a visit to the Banganga Water tank in Mumbai, where they met representatives of SMILE, an NGO helping provide education for underprivileged children.
The Royal Couple rubbed elbows with Bollywood stars at a charity gala organized to raise funds for the organizations Kate and William met with earlier in the day. The Duchess of Cambridge's gown is by Jenny Packham with hand beading done in India.
A closer look at Kate's earrings, by Amrapali, and the hand beading on her Jenny Packham gown.