TORONTO - It was a regal repeat for Kate as she opted to wear a dress from Canadian designer Erdem for the second time during the royal tour.
The Duchess of Cambridge appeared at a prayer service in Quebec City on Sunday wearing a navy lace Jacquenta dress from Erdem Moralioglu, who is a native of the province. A model is seen wearing the dress in a photo on the Erdem website categorized under the pre-fall 2011 collection.
The Montreal-born, London-based Moralioglu behind the Erdem label created another lacy frock worn by Kate on Day 1 of her first official visit abroad.
Kate stepped off of a Canadian Forces jet Thursday in Ottawa donning a elbow-length, dark-coloured Erdem dress.
She wore the dress to attend a wreath-laying ceremony with Prince William at the National War Memorial in the heart of the city's downtown core, followed by a walkabout among the thousands of people lining the memorial square, as well as an official welcome ceremony at Rideau Hall.