Following a day of sunshine in Kelowna, William and Kate left the province of British Columbia on Day 4 of the royal tour and touched down to overcast skies in Whitehorse, the capital of northwest Canada’s Yukon territory.
To brave the dropping temperature, Kate deplaned wearing her Hobbs London Pine Green 'Persephone' Trench Coat. The Duchess first wore the double-breasted wool-blend coat for the 2014 St Patrick’s Day parade at Mons Barracks.
She again styled it with a tonal green croc-embossed belt like she did in 2014. The piece remains unidentified. Today she carried a Maple Leaf tartan scarf.
The Maple Leaf tartan is the official national tartan of Canada designated in 2011. The colours represent the four colours of the maple leaf through the seasons: green in summer, gold in early autumn, red at first frost and brown when the leaf has fallen.
ID UPDATE (29 Sep 2016)
@KateMiddStyle has located the identity of Kate's scarf (well, in fact her savvy mum did!) The logo on Kate's Maple Leaf tartan scarf is from a wholesale company called York Scarves.
It is made exclusively for York Scarves, and the designs are registered at the Scottish Tartan Registry. They are woven in a deep classic twill weave from 100% pure cotton. The dimensions are 80 x 180cm.
There are a couple retail outlets that stock the scarf including Amazon UK and Etsy.
With the exception of adding a coat and scarf, Kate made no other changes to her outfit from earlier today. Under the coat we got a glimpse of the modified Dolce & Gabbana's crêpe midi dress.
She accessorized with the L.K. Bennett 'Fern' trench leather pumps, matching 'Nina' clutch, Monica Vinader 'Siren' earrings and Cartier Ballon Bleu Watch.
On arrival at Erik Nielsen Whitehorse International Airport, the Duke and Duchess received an official welcome.
Prince William inspected a guard composed of members of the Canadian Rangers and Junior Rangers. William and his brother, Prince Harry, were made honorary members of this reserve unit in 2009.
The royal couple were then escorted to the Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre in downtown Whitehorse. Situated on the banks of the Yukon River, the centre features cultural exhibits and local First Nations art. William and Kate were treated to a "Land of Gold" performance which showcased the incredible variety of song, dance and live music from Yukon. They ended the evening around a camp fire chatting with the performers.
The Duke and Duchess will stay overnight in Whitehorse and undertake a few engagements in the town beginning at 9:05 am tomorrow morning.
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