It was a three-outfit Easter Sunday for the Duchess of Cambridge. Kate kicked her Royal Tour fashion into high gear for the holiday, opting for a trio of polished looks—including two repeats of favorite dresses from past years. Middleton kicked off the day by attending Easter service at St. Andrew’s Cathedral in Sydney with Prince William, for which she chose a chic yet subdued ensemble that included a custom-made dove gray Alexander McQueen coat paired with a bespoke Jane Taylor fascinator, nude L.K. Bennett suede pumps, and a matching McQueen box clutch. She swept her hair up into her signature half-up knot to complete the royally beautiful look.
Before heading out for an afternoon at Sydney’s famed Taronga Zoo with her husband and Prince George, Middleton changed into a primrose yellow, eyelet fit-and-flare frock. She styled the casual dress—which she first wore in 2012 for a royal tour of the Solomon Islands—with her favorite pair of Stuart Weitzman cork wedge sandals. The family spent time visiting the endangered bilby exhibit, which happens to be named for the baby Prince as a gift from Australia.
For her last look of the day, Princess Kate donned another repeat, this time a royal blue Stella McCartney form-fitting dress, initially spotted on the Duchess at an event held at the National Portrait Gallery in 2012. The royal trio looked picture perfect as Middleton’s dress color-coordinated with Prince George’s knit Rachel Riley cardigan ($89; rachelriley.com) and Prince William’s tie as the family stepped off the plane in Canberra, Australia’s capital, the next stop on their whirlwind trip.
Which of Middleton’s Sunday looks is our favorite? We can’t decide! Tell us your pick in the comments below, and stay tuned as we continue to follow the Duchess throughout the final days of the Royal Tour, and click through our gallery to see Kate Middleton’s most memorable outfits ever.