Kate Middleton and Prince William were busy on their first day of the royal tour of Sweden and Norway, attending four different events in one day.
The Duchess of Cambridge also changed four times for each separate occasion, including the last event of the day, a meeting with the Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven and his wife and a black tie dinner.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s mother opted for the Stephanie Gown by designer Erdem, a pricey look at £1,905.
The main colours of the dress, yellow and blue, were a way for Kate to pay homage to the country she was visiting.
Eagle-eyed fans spotted the subtle message, with one commenting: “The yellow (and blue in the floral) a nod to the Swedish flag perhaps.”
The dress was an unusual choice for the Duchess, who decided to stray away from her usual style, and towards a more unique look.
Pregnant Kate Middleton and Prince William embark on royal tour of Sweden and Norway [Getty]
And, because the dress isn’t a usual choice for Kate, fans have been left divided by the floral satin number.
One person wrote: “I love it ….. it’s so different and the vibrant colours are fabulous!!!!! What a whirlwind day ….. she pulled it off fantastically.”
Another shared: “Mmm not my favourite.”
The controversial look comes hours after Kate broke a royal fashion rule earlier in the day by wearing an all-black outfit.
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