The Duchess of Cambridge dazzled in another high street ensemble on the last day of her royal tour of Canada, stepping out in Zara jeans and a chic blazer for a visit to the Cridge Centre, a charitable institution working in domestic violence and social care.
The mother of two looked chic and demure during the charity visit in a monochromatic ensemble, pairing a plain white cami top with her white Zara blazer and black skinny jeans. She completed the look with block heeled, black and grey checked pumps with tassels.
Kate wore her long brunette tresses back in a neat ponytail, revealing a pair of drop earrings, and waved to her crowd with her husband Prince William before entering the Cridge Centre.
From stunning gowns to laid-back jeans and boots, the Duchess has proved her faultless taste in fashion over the past week, and has regularly paid homage to her host's country by wearing Canada's iconic colours, donning a maple leaf brooch owned by the Queen and wearing a glamorous red Preen gown during a lavish reception at Government House.
Kate has also been unafraid to recycle some of her favourite items of clothing. She was seen in an emerald green Hobbs coat previously worn back in 2014 when arriving in Yukon. She also wore her favourite pair of Penelope Chilvers boots, retailing at $800, which she previously wore for her trip to India and Bhutan, and on a visit to Blenheim Palace back in 2004.
The royals and their two children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, will be departing from Canada to return to the UK later today.