Kate and Wills at the National Indigenous Training Academy in Yulara [Getty]
Today the Cambridges have touched down at one of Australia's most iconic regions- the red centre, Uluru. First up the royal couple presented certificates to tourism and hospitality graduates from the National Indigenous Training Academy at Yulara, and will later do a base walk around Uluru, formerly known as Ayers Rock.
As predicted, the literal dressers wore bush colours with Wills in khakis and Kate in dusty Roksanda Ilincic. Kate fans will notice that this is a mushroom coloured version of the lilac Roksanda dress she wore in the US back in 2011. It has been noted that this Roksanda hue is one of the colours of the rock at sunset, so this look has probably been planned with the photo op in mind.
Princess Diana and Prince Charles at Uluru in March 1983 [Getty]
As for the accessories she opted for her beloved nude courts and a matching box clutch. The Duchess was given a hand-painted bracelet made of seed by local Sherelle Kitson, which she quickly put on her wrist.
Later today they will be taken on a walk around the base of Uluru and be shown ancient Aboriginal rock art, then it has been reported they will go glamping, spending the night at the luxury camping resort Longitude 101. Diana and Charles made this same visit 31 years ago, also in head to toe khaki.
If it ain't broke...
Kate back in 2011, left, and 2012, right [Getty]
We have seen Kate in this Roksanda style dress twice before - first on the royal tour in 2011 and then later at the UK's Creative Industries Reception in July 2012.
We spoke to Roksanda back in 2012 about her royal fan and she said: “Catherine has a real elegance, so it was such a pleasure to see her wearing her Peridot dress again. The dress is sophisticated yet has a softness as well, so I think it suits her understated style perfectly”.
See Kate's royal wardrobe in the gallery below...