Today, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge tackled a five-hour trek up in the Himalayas to visit one of Bhutan’s holiest sites, the Paro Taktsang - better known as the Tiger's Nest.
The monastery is set on a cliff-side of the upper Paro valley and dates back to 1692. It is credited for being the birthplace of Buddhism in the country.
William and Kate set off early from their hotel, for a 90 minute drive to the bottom of the mountain.
Halfway up the mountain, the Duke & Duchess stopped at the Buddhist prayer wheel and posed for the waiting press pack.
The royal couple continued their climb to the monastery while the press-pack stayed behind. William and Kate were photographed a couple hours later making their way back to base.
For today's trekking adventure Kate opted for fashion over function. There was no hiking gear in sight! She looked comfortable in a chic combination of knee-high boots and skinny jeans.
She wore her Penelope Chilvers Long Tassle Boots (£475), which have been a closet staple for over a decade.
Another familiar piece was the Really Wild Clothing Shoot Nubuck Waistcoat, first worn by the Duchess in 2012 for the 'Expanding Horizons' camp.
During the hike, Kate wore her trusty Ray Ban wayfarer folding sunglasses.
Kate wore a new roll-sleeve shirt - the Jaeger Linen Classic Blouse (£89). Thanks to @LenaLovesLifeee for the tip! The blouse is available at Jaeger, House of Fraser and John Lewis.
The Duchess accessorized with her Kiki Citrine Pear Drop Earrings.
Kate wore a new pair of grey/olive skinny jeans. I will update if/when they are identified.
For the journey back, Kate popped on her Flora Indian embroidered stole.
William and Kate will head back to Thimphu this evening and attend a reception for British nationals in Bhutan and Bhutanese people with strong links to the UK.
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