Kate Middleton: New Zealand

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge — that’s her official title, but don’t most of us call her Princess Kate or Kate Middleton or maybe Duchess Kate in our heads? — looked dazzling in a little black dress by one of her favorite and most trusted designers, Jenny Packham. The dress sported a hand-stitched silver fern on her shoulder to honor New Zealand’s symbol.

PHOTO GALLERY: Duchess Kate, Prince William and Prince George in New Zealand 

Kate Middleton: New Zealand

She and her husband, Prince William, were on hand at Government House in Wellington to unveil a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by New Zealand artist Nick Cuthell.

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Kate Middleton: New Zealand

This is the fourth day of their royal tour, and during the art unveiling, Prince William gave a speech, where he referenced his son Prince George. Watch it at the end of this post.

Kate Middleton: New Zealand

“I swear I heard him doing the haka this morning,” Prince William joked, in reference to an ancestral dance from the Maori people of the nation. “I hope that George doesn’t keep you up! He’s a bonny lad and you’ll be pleased to know that he’s currently preparing for life as a prop forward!” Watch the speech below…


  1. The world is fascinated with Will and Kate. I think she is going to have the same effect as Diana had world wide. I still remember Diana and Charles wedding and will soon be refering back to Will and Kates wedding as a turning point. she is certainly a classy dresser.
    We have a name sake Here in Canada, a small city in the center of British Columbia called “Prince George”


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