Kate Middleton and Prince William are currently on a royal tour of Norway and Sweden and have been pulling out all the fashion stops during their trip of the Scandinavian countries.
The Duchess of Cambridge – who is pregnant with her third royal baby – hasn’t given into maternity wear and instead has been taking style tips from her future sister-in-law Meghan Markle, who is due to marry Prince Harry in May 2018.
However, Kate’s most unusual look was during a reception at the Fotografiska Gallery, as she and the Duke of Cambridge soaked up some Swedish culture.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s mum looked amazing in a velvet blue dress.
The floral number featured a high neck, flared cuffs and a pleated skirt.
It is from the London designer Erdem a brand Kate, 36, is very fond of and has already worn during her trip of Sweden.
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The dress is called the Christina Flocked Velvet Midi Dress and costs a whopping £2,690.
However, it has already sold out everywhere online.
The outfit comes after Kate chose Erdem for the first day of official engagements in Stockholm.
Kate opted for the Stephanie Gown by the same designer, 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.”
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