Kate wowed in a white and blue printed dress by Naeem Khan. The piece was part of the Indian-American designer's 2015 Resort collection.
Kate paid tribute to India by wearing a dress by Naeem Khan, an Indian-American designer.
It's no surprise Kate chose an Indian designer for the visit - throughout her tour of India and Bhutan, she has consistently impressed with thoughtful outfits that pay tribute to her host country.
Kate topped off the look with her trusty nude heels and earrings that she had purchased the previous day during her trek in Bhutan.
The Duchess completed the look with cream heels and the earrings she purchased in Bhutan.
The Duchess was her usual radiant self, smiling and waving to onlookers as she arrived.
The couple made their much anticipated arrival on Saturday afternoon, bringing their characteristic warmth and friendliness to the poignant engagement.
A visit to the Taj, one of the wonders of the world, is perhaps the most fitting way for the Duke and Duchess to say thank you to the people of India, who have made the couple feel so welcome over the past week.