The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge kicked off Day 7 of the royal tour with a canoe trip from Skidegate Landing to Haida Heritage Centre and Museum in Haida Gwaii.
For her visit to the remote archipelago off the northwest coast of British Columbia (formerly the Queen Charlotte Islands), Kate donned a smart casual look, fusing British elegance with country chic.
We instantly recognized the silhouette of the Smythe 'Duchess' blazer when she stepped off the boat.
In Kate's closet you'll also find a navy blue version of this blazer, which she debuted during the first royal tour of Canada in 2011. When Symthe reissued the blazer, they renamed it the "Duchess" in honour of Kate.
Today she premiered the jacket in Army green.
The wool jacket from the Canadian brand features single-breasted styling, wide notched lapels, cut-out back hem, and goldtoned buttons on the front and cuffs. It is currently available at Saks Fifth Avenue.
The style comes in an array of colours and fabrics including wool, linen and tweed:
Under the jacket, Kate wore an ivory bow blouse from Alice Temperley's diffusion line, Somerset. The range is exclusive to the UK department store, John Lewis.
Here's a better look at the Somerset by Alice Temperley Spot Pretty Blouse (£79). The lightweight polyester blouse has a semi-sheer construction with an all-over textured spot design, lace insert detailing around the bib and at the cuffs, pleating around the short placket and a flouncy bow around the neck. The style also comes in black.
Kate reportedly wore Zara skinny jeans.
No information was provided about the colour, but they could be the Zara Skinny Mid-Rose Trousers in Khaki as suggested by @MiddletonMaven.
Kate paired the jeans with her brown Mulberry braided leather belt (identified by @AnnieElizabethN)
On her feet were the brown suede R.Sole London 'Virgi Ante Setter' boots, we saw her sporting in Carcross on day 5.
Here we see the Cartier Ballon Bleu de Stainless Steel bracelet watch.
Kate finished off the look with her beloved Kiki McDonough Citrine Pear Drop Earrings which she has worn on every royal tour to date!
The Duke and Duchess received a ceremonial welcome from peoples of the Haida Nation.
This included cultural dances at the Haida Heritage Performing House.
Following this, William and Kate dropped into the new Haidi Gwaii General Hospital in Queen Charlotte. They visited the long-term care wing, and proceeded to the maternity wing, where they joined a discussion with mothers and staff about maternal health.
Then it was back outdoors for a spot of fishing!
Kate swapped her Smythe blazer for Really Wild's Cashmere Mix Cable Crew in Ruby (£195).
During the fishing trip, Kate put on a new jacket by Troy London, the brand’s Wax Parka (£350).
The light weight parka is made from 100% cotton with a dry wax finish. It features a cinched waist and neckline, front pockets and a waterproof lining.
Her jacket was not the only thing Kate swapped during the day. During the fishing trip the Duchess exchanged a braided headband for her leopard print Alice band.
The tour comes to an end tomorrow. It will start with a private visit to the Cridge Centre for the Family and end with a sailing trip from Ogden Point into Victoria’s Inner Harbour on the tall ship Pacific Grace. At 3:40pm The Cambridge family will be officially farewelled and depart from Canada at the Victoria Harbour seaplane terminal.
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Wed, Feb 21:
Kate and William will visit Sunderland, in northeast England. They will officially open the Fire House, a new music and arts hub, where they will see music and dance performances from groups using the new facility. The Duke and Duchess will also visit the Northern Spire bridge over the River Wear, slated to open in the spring.
Tue, Feb 27:
Kate will visit St. Thomas’ Hospital to launch the Nursing Now campaign, created to raise the profile of nursing worldwide. She will visit a specialist ward, take part in a roundtable discussion and deliver a speech to mark the launch of the Nursing Now campaign. Later, Kate will visit the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists to learn more about the ways to reduce newborn and maternal mortality rates around the world.
Wed, Feb 28:
In her role as Patron of the National Portrait Gallery, Kate will view the exhibition ‘Victorian Giants: The Birth of Art Photography.‘
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