With less than a week to go until touches down in New Zealand, Kate Middleton will, no doubt, be busy making sure her tour wardrobe is in order.
The eyes of the world will be on the Duchess of Cambridge and her different outfits as she carries out the seventeen days of official visits and appearance in New Zealand and Australia with her husband Prince William.
Judging by her previous tour wardrobe, fashion fans will not be disappointed.
Ever the gracious guest, the Duchess always puts thought and effort into her ensembles, often giving a nod to the host country by wearing a local designer or sporting an outfit emblazoned with a national emblem.
When she was in Canada, she wore red and white – the colours of the country's flag – when she joined in festivities for Canada Day.
The thoughtful royal sported a red Maple Leaf fascinator from Lock and Co. paired with a Reiss white dress – the same dress that she wore in her and Prince William engagement's photos.
For her visit to Kuala Lumpur in 2012, British brand Alexander McQueen designed a bespoke gown for the Duchess featuring gold-embroidered Malaysian hibiscus flowers.
And Kate commissioned Jenny Packham to create a pink kimono dress featuring an orchid pattern that she wore during a trip to the Signapore Botanical Gardens to view an orchid designed for William's mother, Diana the Princess of Wales.
Kate's not afraid to have fun with her outfit, either. While visiting the rodeo in Calgary for their North American tour in 2011, just after their wedding, the beautiful brunette sported traditional western dress in a cowboy hat, embroidered shirt, flared jeans and cowboy boots.