The Duke and Duchess spent their last day in New Zealand in the capital city of Wellington. William and Catherine visited the Royal New Zealand Police College this morning, where they layed a wreath on the wall of remembrance before watching a demonstration from the police dog unit. This was followed by a walkabout in the Civic Square.
Kate wore her tweed navy suit separates by New Zealand born designer Rebecca Taylor, first seen in April 2012
Just like she did in 2012, Kate accessorised the suit with her Alexander McQueen bespoke navy suede heels. She also coordinated the outfit with the same accessories she wore on Day 4 of this tour; carrying her navy suede Russell & Bromley 'Muse' clutch also known as the Stuart Weitzman 'Raz' clutch, wearing her Sapphire & diamond drop earrings and the Cartier Ballon Bleu watch
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Farewell New Zealand!
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made a sombre visit to Christchurch today. The city was impacted by a devastating 6.1 magnitude earthquake in February 2011, killing 185 people. The Royal Couple visited the CTV Building memorial site meeting families who sadly lost loved ones in the earthquake.
In a nod to Canterbury's official colours, the region in which Christchurch is located, Kate wore her Luisa Spagnoli red dress suit, accented with black buttons and a black velour bow belt.
Kate Middleton first wore this 2-piece suit when she and Price William visited St Andrews University on 25th February 2011. Incidentally that was only 3 days after the tragic earthquake. For the St Andrews visit, Kate elected to wear a turtleneck over the top of the dress. On that same day, Kate and William visited the New Zealand High Commission in London to sign the condolence book. For this occasion, Kate wore the red dress but swapped the matching peplum jacket for a black overcoat.
Thanks to the brilliant detective work of Ayvee Elliot, she first noted on WhatKateWore, that the Duchess may have converted the dress into a skirt. This would account for the longer hemline, which many observed as the main difference between the suit she wore in 2011 and the one she wore today.
Kate completed the outfit with familiar pieces; the black suede Episode 'Angel' pumps, black suede Mulberry 'Baywater' clutch, Annoushka pearl drops with Kiki hoop earrings, and the Cartier Ballon Bleu watch.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also officially opened the visitors centre of the Botanic Gardens. In the aftermath of the earthquake, the gardens became a place of reflection for the people of Christchurch.
Following the opening, William & Kate visited the city's Latimer Square to endorse the upcoming Cricket World Cup. The pair participated in a light-hearted game of cricket with the local kids. Despite both being dressed in suits, the royal couple weren't afraid to show off their competitive side.
You can read further details of today's events on the official website of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
After an action packed week in New Zealand, the Duke and Duchess will spend tomorrow resting in private. On Wednesday, the royal couple will fly out of Wellington Airport and head to Sydney for their first Australian engagement at the Opera House.
Today, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge landed in Dunedin for their Otago visit which started with a church service and ended with a white-knuckle jet-boat ride!
Kate turned to New Zealand born designer Emilia Wickstead to outfit her for the Palm Sunday church service. The dress is the same style as the pink pleated Wickstead coat dress Kate wore twice in 2012.
The double crepe wool frock is a bespoke piece, and this teal colour appears to be from Wickstead's
Autumn/Winter 2013/14 collection.
Kate donned a matching teal hat by Jane Taylor Millinery. It is a modified version of the 'Dolly' cocktail hat. The hat is made from velour felt and features a handcut felt feather and crystal detail.
The Duchess contrasted the teal outfit with her Emmy 'Natasha' clutch and 'Valerie' pumps in carbon suede, last worn to the St Patrick's day parade in March this year.
Kate again wore the diamond Silver Fern brooch, on loan from the Queen, and completed the outfit with her Kiki McDonough green amethyst drop earrings.
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Following the church service, the Royal couple changed out of their Sunday-best and into some comfy casual clothes to participate in the Rippa Rugby tournament at Forsyth Barr stadium.
Kate wore a chic waffle-knit sweater by Jonathan Saunders. The 'Deborah' jumper is a mix of blush, white and aqua. It has a solid white ribbed crewneck, cuffs and hem. It is made from 100% cotton and retailed for about US$555.
Kate teamed the sweater with her navy Zara skinny jeans and Mint Velvet taupe suede plimsolls. Both styles have been discontinued.
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Following the rugby match, the Duke and Duchess took a short flight to Queenstown and made another wardrobe change for their visit to Amisfield Winery.
Kate repeated most of the pieces she wore on Day 5 of the tour in Auckland; Zara blazer; Zara skinny jeans and Stuart Weitzman Corkswoon wedges. However, she changed up the outfit with a preppy navy/white gingham shirt. We think the shirt is by GAP. The Duchess was spotted in GAP only a week before the royal tour commenced, so there's a good chance she picked this up during her shopping spree.
We also got a glimpse of Kate's Mappin & Webb 'Fortune' necklace.
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After the tour of the winery, William and Kate had high-speed tour of the Shotover River aboard a jet boat. The 'Shotover Jet' is capable of speeds of 85 kps in just 10cm of water and can do numerous 360 degree turns. Kate changed back into her Mint Velvet plimsolls and swapped her blazer for her waterproof Musto BR1 Channel jacket. She also donned her folding Ray-Ban wayfarer sunglasses.
On Day 6 of the Royal Tour, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the Waikato region of New Zealand, covering the towns of Hamilton and Cambridge. Upon arriving at Hamilton airport, the royal couple went separate ways. William visited the Pacific Aerospace Centre at the airport, while Kate attended a tea party at the Rainbow Place Children’s Hospice.
Kate wore a bright grass-green coat by Erdem, featuring a zipped front and Peter Pan collar. The sleeves have matching zipped cuffs. The US$2500 coat is fabricated from 100% wool-crepe and is detailed with a tab waist and front pockets.
We managed to get a glimpse of the dress Kate wore under the coat. It was a tea-length frock by London-based designer Suzannah, called the 'Budding Heart Silk Tea Dress'. The dress is tailor made in England and features a beautiful white budding heart print onto green Italian silk crepe de chine. The smocking detailing at the shoulder and under the bust add a wonderful vintage charm, with the bias line of the skirt skimming to below the knee. It is currently in stock and retails for £475.
She accessorized with her black suede Episode 'Angel' pumps and her Mulberry 'Bayswater' clutch, also on black suede.
Kate coordinated her green ensemble with her emerald and diamond drop earrings, first worn in November 2011 when she attended the opening of the Natural History Museum Treasures Gallery. We also see her wearing the Cartier Ballon Bleu watch.
The royal couple reunited in the afternoon to officially open the Hamilton Avantidrome velodrome, a state-of-the-art cycling arena. The organisers presented them with a gift for Prince George, a bespoke Avanti Lil Ripper bike.
For the first time since the tour began, the sun came out to greet the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as they disembarked from the grey Royal New Zealand Air Force plane at Whenuapai Air Base near Auckland.
Their first stop was a meet & greet with Royal New Zealand Air Force families at the military base.
Kate wore a nautical inspired outfit, and added a touch of military chic with a new Zara navy blazer. The double-breasted jacket with goldtone buttons is from the current Zara collection and retails for US$139.
Under the blazer, she wore a new Breton top from London based label ME+EM. The top features cobalt blue and white stripes, a scoop neckline, ¾ length sleeves and ruched detailing to the bottom hem. It retails for £48.
Her ensemble included some familiar pieces; the Zara skinny jeans and Stuart Weitzman Corkswoon wedges in navy suede.
Shortly after, William & Kate made their way to Waitemata Harbour where they raced each other in Emirates Team New Zealand America's Cup yachts. Kate made a quick wardrobe change, exchanging the Zara blazer for a sailing jacket, and her 5" wedges for her comfy Sebago 'Bala' deck shoes.
The sailing jackets worn by the Duke & Duchess are by Musto. It is the BR1 Channel jacket described by the manufacturer as "ideal for coastal sailors who want a high level of protection from the elements but are conscious of weight and bulk of the garment." The company was established by Keith Musto, a British Olympic sailor, and in 2010 the company was granted two Royal Warrants from The Queen and The Duke of Edinburg.
There was some healthy rivalry between the royal couple, but the Duchess triumphed!
I initially thought Kate wore a classic pair of Ray-Ban Wayfarers in tortious, however some astute observers on WhatKateWore, noted they could be the foldable Ray-Ban Wayfarers.
The eagle-eyes of Trisha Snyder spotted this photo of Kate wearing a braided brown belt. One possibility is the Mulberry Unisex Plaited belt.
To wrap up their fifth day, the royal couple had an impromptu meet and greet with crowds after travelling on a Sealegs craft, an amphibious boat, to Westpark Marina in Auckland.
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This evening, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended a lavish state dinner hosted by the Governor General at Government House in Wellington.
During the reception, William and Kate unveiled a new portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by New Zealand artist Nick Cuthell. The painting was commissioned for the New Zealand Portrait Gallery.
For the reception, Kate wore a bespoke black crepe Jenny Packham gown with embellished crystal ferns on the shoulder, representing New Zealand's national emblem.
Kate accessorised with her trusty black suede Jimmy Choo Cosmic Pumps which she favours for formal events. The shoes are available from Net-A-Porter for US$695.
She carried her black suede Mulberry 'Bayswater' clutch, first seen at last year's Remembrance Sunday service. The clutch is no longer available in black suede, but is currently available in soft grain leather for £495.
She completed her dazzling look with her art-deco inspired diamond earrings and bracelet set which were a wedding gift from her father-in-law, Prince Charles.
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Royal Tour Day 4: Kate wears blue Alexander McQueen coat dress to Blenheim and Omaka Aviation Center
This morning, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge continued their royal tour of New Zealand with a visit to the Marlborough region located on the north east tip of the South Island. They started the day with a commemorative wreath-laying ceremony in Seymour Square, Blenheim. Price William and Kate were joined by a group of WWII veterans, politicians, and thousands of spectators. The service was held to pay tribute to those who have died in combat during the first World War, which marks its 100th anniversary later this year.
For today's solemn service, Kate wore a bespoke cornflower blue coat dress from her favourite designer, Alexander McQueen. The piece appears to be a fusion of the Utility Coat Dress and Belted Crepe Coat from McQueen's current ready-to-wear collection. Kate's coat dress is described as a double leaf crepe coat, with utility pockets, waist belt and pleated back skirt. It features a collared neckline and has concealed snap fastenings through the front.
On her feet were bespoke Alexander McQueen navy blue suede pumps, first seen during her first Royal Tour of North America in 2011.
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Kate coordinated her shoes with her navy suede Russell & Bromley 'Muse' clutch also known as the Stuart Weitzman 'Raz' clutch.
She wore her Sapphire & Diamond Oval Drop Earrings, which were a gift from Prince William and originally owned by the late Princess Diana.
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On Kate's left chest was a poppy pin. The pin is a symbol of the "Remembering WW1 - 100 years on" commemoration, and identifies First World War centenary activities, events, or projects in New Zealand.
Following the memorial service, William & Kate had a private lunch at Wither Hills winery. The restaurant staff tweeted: "It has been a right royal day at Wither Hills! We are so proud to have hosted the royal couple at our restaurant".
After lunch, the Duke and Duchess headed to the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre for a tour of the 'Knights of the Sky' exhibition, a display of First World War aircraft collected by Lord of the Rings film director Sir Peter Jackson.
This evening, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will attend a state reception at Government House. Prince William will give a speech at the event and unveil a new portrait of Her Majesty the Queen.
You can read further details of today's events on the official website of the Duke and Duchess of
The royal motorcade was spotted leaving Wellington on Monday after the traditional welcome ceremony at Government House. It is believed the Cambridge's retreated to the Wharekauhau Country Estate Lodge to relax and rejuvenate after their long-haul flight from London.
The sprawling luxury estate resort has a grand lodge and 15 guest cottages on the private grounds with plenty of privacy for the royal family to enjoy.
Day 2 of the tour was a rest day for the royals and their entourage. No doubt they made the most of this day to regroup and gear up for the next three weeks.
On Day 3, the Royal trio returned to Government House in Wellington to meet with the Royal New Zealand Plunket Society, an organization that provides health care to children and new families. Their Royal Highnesses arrived ahead of schedule, and Kate was spotted wearing the same grey MaxMara wrap dress she wore when landing in Sydney earlier this week.
After a quick wardrobe change, Kate emerged wearing a black and white patterned knit dress named 'Paulina' by American designer Tory Burch.
The Tory Burch 'Paulina' dress is from her Resort 2014 collection. The dress has an alternating white open-knit and solid black knit pattern. The fit-and-flare silhouette is defined by a cinched-in waist and a pleated skirt. The short sleeve cuffs and hem are finished with tactile fringing. At time of posting, the dress is still in stock in limited sizes, retailing for about US$450.
Today's event marked Prince George's first official royal engagement, which included meeting with a
preselected group of families for some baby playtime. The heir to the British crown was just a regular little bub this afternoon as he played with ten other 8-month-old babies in the grand Blundell room of Government house. This is the only event that George is scheduled to attend during his time in New Zealand and Australia.
Kate wore a new pair of black suede court shoes. The shoes were identified as the Jimmy Choo 'Aimee'. The Italian made pumps have a black suede upper and feature an almond toe with a platform.
Kate's kept her jewellery to a minimum today, wearing her Mappin & Webb Fortune necklace, Annoushka pearl drops with Kiki hoop earrings and Cartier Ballon Bleu watch.
You can read further details of today's events on the official website of the Duke and Duchess of
Prince George will retire from the spotlight for the remainder of the New Zealand leg of the tour, while his parents continue with their jam packed itinerary. Tomorrow, the Duke and Duchess will travel to Blenheim to attend a wreath laying ceremony, followed by a visit to the Omaka Aviation Heritage Center where film director Sir Peter Jackson will give the royals a personal tour of his private plane collection. Later that evening (local time), they will head back to Wellington to attend a State Reception at Government House hosted by the Governor General.
The Royal Tour of New Zealand and Australia has commenced! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge along with Prince George briefly touched down in Sydney this morning before boarding a RNZAF aircraft to Wellington, where the tour will officially begin.
Kate wore her Max Mara wrap dress for the flight transfer, first seen in February 2013 when she was about 12 weeks pregnant.
She wore a pair of tan suede court shoes, believed to be the Manolo Blahnik Suede BB pumps,
however there's active debate that they may be an old pair she has had for many years.
Other possibilities include the Dune 'Appoint' court shoes and the R&B '5th Ave' pumps.
The Duke of Cambridge was seen holding Kate's black Longchamp 'Medium Le Pliage' tote bag.
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The outfit was a good choice for the three hour passage across the Tasman where she had to change mid-flight for the arrival into Wellington. The Duchess emerged from the plane looking refreshed and regal in a red double breasted Catherine Walker 'Russian Greatcoat' with a sharply tailored military silhouette, high collar, full skirt and burnished silver buttons.
Kate coordinated the coat with a red Jackie-O pillbox from Gina Foster. The 'Seaford' hat features velour fur felt with a felt flower trim.
Kate also wore a stunning New Zealand silver fern brooch loaned from the Queen. The brooch was a gift from the women of Auckland to Her Majesty in 1954 on her Commonwealth tour.
Kate coordinated the sparkly brooch with her beloved Kiki McDonough 'Grace' white topaz earrings.
On her feet were the Emmy 'Valerie' suede pumps in chocolate brown, which the Duchess has worn a few times since March 2012.
After disembarking in Wellington, the royal couple enjoyed a ceremonial welcome at Government House. This included a traditional Māori greeting, called a Hongi, and the Haka, a traditional ancestral war cry dance that was performed on the lawn at the stately home.
Kate added her chocolate brown suede Emmy 'Natasha' clutch for the visit.
The young royal family then resided to a private hideaway just outside of the city, where they will spend the next day and a half trying to overcome their jet lag.
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Details of the Cambridge family Royal Tour of New Zealand and Australia have been publicly released:
Monday 7 April WELLINGTON
am Event 1: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince George will arrive at the Military Terminal at Wellington Airport on a Royal New Zealand Air Force aircraft.
pm Event 2: The Duke and Duchess will attend a ceremonial welcome ceremony, including a Maori Powhiri and inspection of a guard of honour.
Wednesday 9 April WELLINGTON
pm Event 3: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attend an event for Plunket nurses and parents with their young children at Government House, Wellington.
Thursday 10 April BLENHEIM
am Event 4: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attend a wreath-laying ceremony and commemoration, War Memorial, Seymour Square, Blenheim.
pm Event 5: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge view an exhibition of WWI aircraft before moving outside to view the static WWI display, Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre.
pm Event 6: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will attend a State Reception, Government House,
Wellington. The Duke will deliver a short speech and unveil a portrait of HM The Queen.
Friday 11 April AUCKLAND
am Event 7: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge meet serving Air Force personnel and their families in a hangar adjacent to the runway, RNZAF Whenuapai, near Auckland.
pm Event 8: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge each board an Emirates Team New Zealand Americas Cup yacht and sail around Auckland Harbour.
pm Event 9: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge travel across Auckland Harbour in a 'Sealegs' craft, Westpark Marina, Auckland.
Saturday 12 April WAIKATO
am Event 10: The Duke of Cambridge will view the manufacturing plant and a static display of the XSTOL aircraft at Pacific Aerospace, Hamilton Airport.
am Event 11: The Duchess of Cambridge meet children, families and nursing staff, and view a play therapy session at Rainbow Place Children's Hospice Waikato, Hamilton.
pm Event 12: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge pay their respects at the town War Memorial in Cambridge before travelling through the town centre.
pm Event 13: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge open the Avantidrome in Hamilton, start several races, watch a BMX display, meet Olympic athletes.
Sunday 13 April DUNEDIN
am Event 14: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive at Dunedin airport and are greeted by members of the Ngai Tahu - the Iwi.
am Event 15: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will attend a service at the Cathedral Church of St Paul, Dunedin.
pm Event 16: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge watch, and participate in a Rippa Rugby
tournament, Forsyth Barr stadium, Dunedin.
Sunday 13 April QUEENSTOWN
pm Event 17: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive at Otago Wines, Amisfield Winery, sample
local wines and produce and tour the vineyard.
pm Event 18: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will travel on the Shotover Jet along the Shotover River.
Monday 14 April CHRISTCHURCH
am Event 19: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are greeted by members of the Ngai Tahu iwi, Christchurch City Council Building.
am Event 20: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will stop to remember the 185 people who died in the February 2011 earthquake. Location tba.
pm Event 21: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge watch, and participate in, a 2015 Cricket World Cup event. Location tba.
pm Event 22: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attend a lunch held by the Chamber of Commerce and later view the RNZAF Memorial Wall, Wigram Air Force Base, Christchurch.
Wednesday 16 April WELLINGTON
am Event 23: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will meet recruits, pay their respects to those
officers killed on duty, view a police training display and dog display, Royal New Zealand Police College, Porirua, near Wellington.
am Event 24: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will conclude their visit to New Zealand with a
short walk through the Civic Centre and sign the city's visitors’ book, Wellington City Centre.
pm Event 25: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge depart Wellington on board a Royal Australian Air Force aircraft, Military Terminal, Wellington Airport.
Wednesday 16 April SYDNEY
pm Event 1: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince George will arrive at Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport on a Royal Australian Air Force aircraft.
pm Event 2: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will attend a reception Sydney Opera House hosted by the Governor and Premier of New South Wales. The Duke will deliver a short speech. They will depart from the Man O'War Steps wharf and board a boat to Admiralty House.
Thursday 17 April SYDNEY
am Event 3: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will view an area of the Blue Mountains and meet residents particularly affected by the October 2013 bushfires.
am Event 4: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will meet Blue Mountains community leaders and members, and members of the emergency services. Location tba.
Good Friday 18 April SYDNEY
am Event 5: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will view various agricultural stands, Royal Easter Show, Sydney Olympic Park.
pm Event 6: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will meet young patients, families, volunteers and staff, Bear Cottage Children's Hospice, Manly, Sydney.
pm Event 7: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will view a surf life-saving display and meet
volunteers, Manly Beach, Sydney.
Easter Saturday 19 April BRISBANE
am Event 8: The Duke will inspect the guard before the couple view several RAAF aircraft, continue to the Memorial Garden and plant a tree, before attending a reception with serving personnel, families and veterans, RAAF Amberley, near Brisbane.
pm Event 9: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will attend a reception hosted by the Governor and Premier of Queensland, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Easter Sunday 20 April SYDNEY
am Event 10: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will attend an Easter Sunday service at St Andrew's Cathedral, Sydney.
pm Event 11: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will visit the bilby enclosure, view tree kangaroos and giraffes, before moving to the birds of prey and animal display, Taronga Zoo, Sydney.
Thuesday 22 April ULURU
pm Event 12: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will view the school facilities, National
Indigenous Training Academy, Uluru.
pm Event 13: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will view a 'Welcome to Country' display, followed by an indigenous art display, Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre.
pm Event 14: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will attend Afternoon Tea hosted by the Chief Minister of the Northern Territory, Uluru.
pm Event 15: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will walk around a short section of the base of Uluru.
Wednesday 23 April ADELAIDE
pm Event 16: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will view the music studios, performances, meeting young people and staff, before moving outside to watch skateboarders, Northern Sound System,
pm Event 17: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will view a display on the history of the town of Elizabeth and attend a reception hosted by the Governor and Premier of South Australia, Playford Civic Centre, Elizabeth, Adelaide.
Thursday 24 April CANBERRA
am Event 18: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will view artworks and meet several portrait
sitters, National Portrait Gallery, Canberra.
pm Event 19: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will attend a Reception in the Great Hall at Parliament House, Canberra. The Duke will deliver a short speech.
pm Event 20: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will plant a tree and meet young community members and children, National Arboretum, Canberra.
pm Event 21: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will attend a reception hosted by the Governor-General, Government House, Canberra.
Friday 25 April CANBERRA
am Event 22: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will attend the ANZAC March and Commemorative Service and lay a wreath before planting a 'Lone Pine' tree in the Memorial Garden, Australian War Memorial, Canberra.
pm Event 23: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince George will depart Canberra on an Royal Australian Air Force aircraft to transfer to an international commercial flight to London, Defence Establishment Fairbairn, Canberra.
You can read the official Kensington Palace press release about the upcoming Royal tour here.
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