For their final evening in Bhutan, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended a lavish reception at the Taj Tashi hotel to celebrate the connection between British and Bhutanese people.
The Duchess premiered the Beulah London Juliet - Flower Spirits Red gown (£745). The poppy-print dress was a fitting choice and a nod to Bhutan, as it is their national flower.
The silk-chiffon gown has sheer sleeves and is lined through the bodice and skirt. It has a front split for ease of movement.
The 'Juliet' is inspired by the x-ray floral photography of Don Dudenbostel.
The silhouette of the 'Juliet' has a striking resemblance to the Beulah 'Sarai' gown, which Kate wore to the 100 Women in Hedge Funds gala in 2011.
On her feet were the Gianvito Rossi Sisely suede sandals (US$699)
Kate accessorized with her Cassandra Goad Temple of Heaven Earrings.
Tomorrow morning, The Duke and Duchess will say farewell and thanks to the people of Bhutan at Paro Airport. They will then board a flight to Agra, India, and conclude their tour with a visit to the iconic Taj Mahal.
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