The Duchess of Cambridge wrapped up in style while in the Great White North, stepping out in one of Sophie Trudeau's favourite labels! The grey coat she donned was from Canadian fashion brand Sentaler.
During her visit to Carcross on Wednesday, the 34-year-old royal ditched her striking red Carolina Herrera overcoat for a designer brand which is often worn by the Canadian Prime Minister's wife. Of the duchess wearing her design, founder Bojana Sentaler tells Hello!, "Her stylist, Natasha, discovered us and reached out directly, it was organic."
The chic fall jacket featurs signature ribbed sleeves and a belted waist, which highlighted the mother of two's slender figure.
Kate styled her outdoorsy getup further with a pair of cowboy-inspired brown suede boots and dark skinny jeans.
Her luscious brunette tresses were still worn in a stylish chignon, while her pretty facial features were highlighted with subtle tones of makeup.
For day five of their tour, Prince William and Kate managed to pack several engagements in their itinerary.
Following a lively street party, Prince William and Kate received a traditional welcome from the Carcross/Tagish First Nation at Carcross Commons.
They were then given a guided tour of the recently completed buildings and public spaces there.
A short while later, William and Kate travelled to the beautiful Montana Mountain, one of the world’s best destinations for mountain biking, where they will meet young locals who work there.
Stay tuned to Hello! Online for the best and most comprehensive coverage as our royal reporter Emily Nash joins the Cambridge family on this historic tour.