It's a touch of Easter yellow for a trip to the zoo [Getty]
While Kate may have gone for a sombre colour for this morning's church service, she soon got into the Easter spirit by ditching the dove grey for festive yellow. Yes, the Duchess make a quick change this afternoon, joining her husband and adorable son for a trip to Taronga Zoo in Sydney for the fifth day of their visit to Australia.
This is Prince George's first public engagement in Australia and how better to kick off his royal duties than with a visit to a bilby enclosure named after him? They say you shouldn't work with children or animals but the little prince provided us with a zillion cute snaps as he gurgled over the animals (swoon over some of our faves here). Gorgeous George indeed!
'Gorgeous George' meets a bilby [Getty]
As for Kate's primrose yellow dress, this is a broderie anglaise number much like the white frock she wore earlier this week. In fact, it's another recycled dress which was first seen in 2012 during the Jubilee Tour when she wore it to the Solomon Islands. It features a boat neckline, full short sleeves and a skirt that flares out at the knee perfect for a day in the sun. Although copy Kates will be eager to get the look, the designer of the dress did not want to be named. Boo.
Kate and Wills meet Australia's furry friends [Getty]
On the accessories front, Kate chose a pair of Kiki McDonough Citrine Drop earrings and a delicate charm necklace as well as the same Stuart Weitzman Minx wedges that she wore to the beach. But as if two outfits for Easter Sunday wasn't enough, K-Middy did a quick switch on route to Australia's capital and emerged wearing yet another ensemble...
Kate is back in Stella McCartney as she arrives in Australia’s capital [Getty]
Yep, the Duchess treated us to a triple whammy today, arriving in Canberra wearing her third outfit of the day: a bright blue dress. And if this looks looks familiar, that's because it's the same Stella McCartney number that she first wore in July 2012 to the National Portrait Gallery before rewearing it in August at the London 2012 Games. It's perfectly co-ordinated with George's blue cardigan from Rachel Riley. Oh, we do love a bit of mini-me matchiness.
See more of Kate's great looks in the gallery below...