Today Wills, Kate and a wriggly Prince George waved goodbye to Australia, as they ended their 19-day Royal Tour Down Under. Prince George was as adorbable as ever - squirming in Kate's arms and looking in every direction but the cameras.
They didn't take it easy before boarding the flight to London, as the couple made a surprise appearance at a dawn service on Anzac Day, which is an important commemoration in Austalia and New Zealand. The couple later watched the traditional 30-minute march in Canberra and laid a wreath of red poppies.
The Duchess wore a tweed, buttoned coat dress with a red poppy pin. Kate paired it with navy courts and navy pill box hat - she wore the same outfit to board the plane home. The palace will not release details about Kate's outfit due to the seriousness of Anzac Day.
UPDATE: We've just been told Kate's indigo outfit comes courtesy of Michael Kors' Spring Summer 2014 collection. 'When I look at Kate I see a changing of the guard in what is considered elegant,' the US designer has said of the Duchess. 'She likes to look easy but chic. I would liken her to [Michelle] Obama and Carla Bruni in that way. All these women are in situations where they shaking off the formal suits of their predecessors.' We imagine he's pretty chuffed to see her in his creation today. Did someone say Kate Effect?
The Duchess attends Anzac Day commemorative service [Getty]
So that's it! Kate's coat dress-athon has come to an end. Of course we'll be bringing you a detailed round up of her Australia and New Zealand wardrobe, but here are some quick facts. K Middy wore two Catherine Walkers, three McQueens and two Roksandas. By our calculations she wore 17 dresses, by the likes of Erdem, Jenny Packham and Emilia Wickstead.
The Queen is said to have requested that Kate, 32, look more ‘regal’ on this tour. There was a dramatic and noticeable difference in her choices from the word go: hems were longer, the cuts more grown-up and the style far more formal than on previous tours.
Grazia exclusively revealed that Kate has indeed been having help with her wardrobe from a lady named Natasha Archer. Natasha, or ‘Tash’ as she is known, is part of Kate’s entourage on tour, and has previously been described as a Kensington Palace PA. But in the lead-up to the tour, Natasha has also been tasked with dresser duties which she will be carrying out while away with the duchess.