Kate Middleton and Prince William will finish their royal tour of Ireland today, and Kate is starting the day back in green to pay tribute to the country. The Duchess of Cambridge wore a belted print Suzannah dress in the hue to visit Tribeton, a restaurant in Galway. She carried a Jimmy Choo clutch with it and wore black shoes. At Tribeton, Kate and William took in a “cultural showcase of acts taking part in this year’s Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture events,” according to royal reporter Roya Nikkhah.
After the visit, the two did a walkabout outside, where the Duchess of Cambridge added an olive coat.
This is Kate’s fourth green ensemble during her Ireland visit. She arrived in Dublin on Tuesday wearing an Alessandra Rich lime green print dress with an emerald Catherine Walker coat. That evening, she switched into a metallic emerald The Vampire’s Wife dress.
Kate started the second day of her tour in black and white, wearing a cream coat with black skinny jeans and a polka dot Equipment blouse. She then switched into a more causal look for her visit to Teagasc Animal & Grassland Research Centre at Grange, in County Meath. It included a forest green jacket.
The Duchess ended her second day in a pink Oscar de la Renta dress. She and William will end their tour with an expected visit to County Kildare today as well.
The two aren’t the only royals with events today: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will make their first joint appearance since announcing their plans to step back from their senior royal family roles at the Endeavour Fund Awards tonight.