The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Catherine, explored the natural beauty of Canada’s Great Bear Rainforest on day three of their royal tour.
After a rainy start, the royal couple enjoyed some dry weather as they walked through a wooded glade in the rainforest, which stretches some 250miles along the coastline of British Columbia, reports Daily Mail.
Kate who is known for her elegant style, chose to dress down for the Canadian outdoors. Instead of wearing new designer pieces, she opted to don a pair of Zara jeans and what looked to be her trusted pair of Penelope Chilvers boots of 12 years. The Duchess completed her outfit with a Holland & Holland safari jacket.
The couple were greeted warmly by the indigenous Heiltsuk people as they arrived on the remote island community of Bella Bella.
The royals were welcomed in a joyous ceremony as ‘hemas’, a hereditary chief, and ‘umaks’, a woman of high rank or standing as they received a number of gifts from the First Nation hosts.
The royal couple also received gifts for Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Here, Will and Kate are draped in traditional First Nation blankets printed with the outline of a grizzly bear, trees to represent the forest that surrounds the community.
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Kate looked elegant but practical in a blue sweater which she wore over a blue and white check shirt.
Here make up was kept natural just like her hair. The only accessories the royal seemed to have on was her favourite earrings which she has also been seen wearing, previously.