Kate Middleton Looked Like Grace Personified on the Royal Tour of Canada

With four royal tours already under her belt, Kate Middleton is a pro who makes world travel look easy and impeccably stylish. Who else could board a transatlantic flight looking so poised, with two children in tow, no less? That's exactly what you'll see when you find Kate departing Canada in a chic Catherine Walker coat, neutral pumps, and a fitting maple brooch — and all the moments from the royal tour before that. For her final day in Canada, Kate debuted a sophisticated, Fall-appropriate look consisting of separates from your favorite retailers, all before leaving to go home.

Read on to see everything Kate packed for the royal tour of Canada with her family.

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Kate boarded her flight back to London in a Catherine Walker tailored coat, pinned with the queen's maple brooch. She wore neutral L.K.Bennett pumps to complete the sophisticated look.

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Kate wrapped the royal tour in Canada wearing a handful of your favorite brands. She paired her white Zara blazer and jeans with a ribbed off-the-shoulder top from H&M and slipped into tweed J.Crew loafers.

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Later in the day, Kate covered up in her anorak and slipped into white sneakers for a boat ride.

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Kate dressed up Zara jeans with a pretty Somerset by Alice Temperley blouse and Smythe Les Vestes blazer for a trip to Haida Gwaii. She wore cowboy style boots by R.Soles and finished the look with her Kiki McDonough drop earrings.

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Later, Kate kept warm in a cozy knit from Really Wild.

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Kate went casual in a wrapped sweater cardigan from Canadian brand Sentaler and R.Soles knee high boots for an afternoon at Carcross Commons. Her shapely earrings were by another Canadian designer, Shelley Silversmith.

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For a visit to the McBride Museum, Kate covered up in a cherry-red Carolina Herrera coat.

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Kate covered up her Dolce & Gabbana dress with a green coat by Hobbs, one of her favorite brands, during her and Prince William's arrival in Whitehorse, Canada.

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Kate joined Prince William on a visit to Kelowna University wearing an emerald Dolce & Gabbana dress with a row of buttons down the bodice and a ribbon bow at the neckline.

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For a reception at the Government House, Kate chose a sophisticated Preen midi that gave us flashbacks to Princess Diana. She finished her outfit with Gianvito Rossi pumps, a box clutch, and Soru Baroque pearl drop earrings.

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For an official welcome performance from the first nations community members, Kate kept it classic in a belted filed jacket and knee-high boots.

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She removed her coat inside to reveal a collared button-up and sweater — and a coordinating style moment with Prince William.

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The dress featured an all-over feminine print, white piping, and a tiered skirt.

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Day two and Kate's already nailing her tour style.

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Kate touched down in Canada looking impeccably polished in a blue sheath Jenny Packham dress and coordinating Sylvia Fletcher fascinator.

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She accessorized with a maple leaf pin in honor of Canada, and daughter Charlotte accessorized with shoes that matched mom's dress.

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The dress featured a prim collar and bell sleeves.

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The duchess wore the look right to the official welcome ceremony, along with an L.K. Bennett clutch.

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Proving just how versatile her dress is, Kate wore the same look to a meeting with the Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, and his wife, Sophie Grégoire.