Touching down in Warsaw, Kate wore a very-her Alexander McQueen skirt suit, and accessorized with a very cute toddler princess.
At a reception later that night, Kate got a little avant garde on us by wearing a structured cocktail gown by a Polish designer named Gosia Baczynska.
Kate wore a floral Erdem co-ord skirt and top for a solemn visit to a former concentration camp.
Kate touched down in Berlin in a blue Catherine Walker coat…which conveniently is Germany’s national colour.
Kate wore red McQueen for dinner in Berlin.
Kate wore yellow Jenny Packham for pretzel-making in Heidelburg.
Kate wore a Hugo Boss striped top, a gold medal (she won a boat race against Wills) and a giant stein of German beer later that same day.
Kate wears a “swallow print” Markus Lupfer (a German-born designer) for a reception later that same day.
Kate wears a purple Emilia Wickstead sheath for their final day of the tour.
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