The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent the first morning of their four-day, whistle-stop royal tour to Sweden and Norway making appearances in the snowy climate. After refuelling with lunch at the palace, the royal couple took a stroll through the city's picturesque cobbled streets to the oldest square in Stockholm called Stortorget. Prince William and Kate were joined by Swedish royalty Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel, with whom they walked and talked all the way to the Nobel Museum, which shares information on the Nobel Prize and Nobel laureates.
Kate stunned the crowd in a typically glamorous ensemble - a bottle-green coat by Catherine Walker and stunning Mulberry bag. She topped her chic brunette mane with a black, faux fur-trimmed hat. Duchess Kate's handbag is the Mini Seaton in classic grain and costs $1420. She changed out of her high heels and added knee-high boots for the foursome's stroll.
William and Kate's action packed day started at a Bandy hockey event where the couple took part in a matchand went head-to-head with each other, with William beating Kate by one goal. Kate dazzled crowd even though she was wrapped up warm – sporting a Burberry coat, sweater by Swedish designer Fjallraven, jeans, a bobble hat by Eugenia Kim and $210 boots by Sorel.
She added a cashmere snood by Brora and faux-fur trimmed gloves by John Lewis. After the couple finished up, they then proceeded to attend a lunch engagement with the King and Queen of Sweden at the beautiful Royal Palace of Stockholm. The pregnant mother-of-two stunned in a classic bottle green dress by Catherine Walker which delicately covered her baby bump. She added opaque tights and accessorised with black high-heel shoes.
The glowing royal wore her glossy brunette mane in voluminous waves which were coiffed to perfection and opted for natural, neutral makeup to complete her polished look.