The Cambridge family lands in Sydney, but George is adorably NOT amused for any of it
The royal family has just left New Zealand to head to Sydney, Australia for the next leg of the tour. Earlier in the day, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge braved the rain (again...) to visit the Royal New Zealand Police College and meet some of the public.
In what was probably one of their favorite moments of the tour... or like, life, Kate and William got to meet some new recruits from the RNZ Police College: two tiny puppies! The little pups were so small they looked barely ready to leave their mother, but in a few months they'll be running and jumping and training with the best of New Zealand.
For the final day in their first country, Kate donned a skirt suit by Rebecca Taylor, a designer from NZ. The navy blue tweed suit is from the Pre-Fall 2012 collection. We've seen the ensemble before when the Duchess wore it in 2012.
After William and Kate's final engagement, they scooped up little George and headed for Sydney. Prince William carried George to the plane, holding his son in public for the first time on the tour! And everyone's favorite royal nugget was really just not amused. Seriously his faces here are priceless.
Upon landing in Sydney, Kate met the sunny day in a vibrant yellow Roksanda Ilincic dress and nude pumps. George had changed as well into a sweet white outfit with sailboats embroidered on his shirt. And William, continuing his fashion critiquing ways, reportedly thought Kate looked like "a banana" in her dress -- according to a woman in the crowd who spoke with the Duchess. OK, Mr. I-only-wear-blue-suits. We're sure he told her she's a very pretty banana, though...? (Side note: we love that Kate is constantly ratting him out - telling the crowds what her husband has said!)
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