The final engagement of William and Kate's Nordic tour took place in the beautiful setting of Holmenkollen, the snowy hills that overlook the city of Oslo.
The Duke and Duchess, accompanied by Prince Haakon and Princess Mette-Marit, joined some of Norway's top ski jumpers at the top of the Holmenkollen Ski Jump - one of Oslo's most iconic landmarks.
The royal couple also got a better understanding how Norwegians embrace the outdoors in the coldest of temperatures, and champion the importance of exercise and wellbeing.
Kate stood out against the snow white backdrop in a 'spicy orange' ski jacket by Kjus. The specialist sportswear brand was founded by Lasse Kjus, a former World Cup alpine ski racer from Norway.
She wore the label's 'Duana' two-tone quilted shell down jacket (US$900) designed with a figure-hugging silhouette made from shell that's filled with warm down. This piece has a neck gaiter for extra coverage, and a detachable hood.
We saw the return of her black John Lewis Faux Fur Trim Suede Gloves and the Sorel 'Torino' boots. Kate first wore both pieces for the opening event of the tour in Stockholm.
Kate topped off her look with a winter white Barts 'Jasmin' beanie. The hand-knitted beanie combines a soft acrylic wool shell with a warm fleece lining to create a chunky knit feel, and it is finished with a pom-pom detail on top. It is currently available at Barts (€29.99), Blacks (£25.00), Ultimate Outdoors (£25.00), Amazon UK (£25.00), and Cotswold Outdoor (US$34.00),
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