The couple were greeted upon arrival.
The day's events were based in the suburb of Elizabeth, which was named after the present Queen on its formation in 1955. Her Majesty actually visited the city in 1963, so it's quite fitting for her grandson and his wife to stop by during their visit, over fifty years later.
There was great excitement surrounding the visit.
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The couple's first stop in Elizabeth was the Northern Sound Studio, which is a music workshop and studio for young people. It is an inspirational place, giving youngsters the chance to rehearse, record and perform their own music.
Kate had a great time trying out deejaying and gave it the thumbs up.
In fact, she liked it so much, she persuaded her husband to give it a try.
Kate chatted with young people about the studio.
The studio is also something of a hub for young people. William and Kate watched a skate-boarding display in the skate park just outside the studios.
The couple look pleased to receive a skateboard for George.
William and Kate unveiled a plaque to commemorate the opening of Prince George plaza.
Prince William greeted 100 year old Monica Swarbrick.
The royals carried out a walkabout much to the delight of locals.
Next, the couple visited Playford Civic Centre for a reception hosted by the Governor and Premier of South Australia.
Afterwards, the couple will return to Prince George at Government House in Canberra.
Below we see the separates in closer detail. The Peplum Jersey Top has structured shoulders and the Silk Blend Pleated Skirt features a high waist and a rear zip fastening. It's currently available in several sizes at Farfetch. They're very sharp, strong piece and very McQueen, in a toned down wearable way.
The soft pink colour is one of the brand's most popular this spring with a selection of their ready-to-wear pieces featuring the feminine hue. Below we see the Peplum Wool Cardigan, Lace Print Dress, Crepe Blazer, Belted Crepe Pencil Dress and the Ruffled Crepe Top.
UPDATE: It was believed Kate was wearing a top and skirt at the time, however it turns out the garment is in fact a dress from the brands Pre-Fall Collection. The Wool and Cashmere-Blend Dress is currently available at My Theresa for £1,985. It's partially lined with a zipped back, hook fastening and a flared skirt with high-low hem.
A closer look at the dress.
From the product description:
'Alexander McQueen lends a vintage theme to this pretty dress. Light pink fabric, reworked for a figure-sculpting silhouette, is given a feminine boost with a peplum waistband and draped detailing. 90& wool, 10% cashmere.'
It also comes in poppy red; a colour which suits the look and structure of the dress better than the soft pink in my opinion.
The Duchess carried her L.K. Bennett Natalie Clutch.
Kate accessorised with her Annoushka pearls, a gold chain with Asprey charms and her Cartier watch.
The Duchess wore her hair in a very pretty half up - half down style.
You can watch a video featuring the royal DJ's at YouTube.
William and Kate are in Canberra tomorrow:
- The couple will head to the National Arboretum and plant a tree.
- From the gallery, the Duke and Duchess will move to Parliament House, where Prime Minister Abbott will host a reception in the Great Hall and Prince William will deliver a speech.
- The day begins at the National Portrait Gallery where the couple will view an exhibition and meet some of the subjects of the portraits.
- Finally, they will attend a reception at Government House.
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