Kate Middleton looks sophisticated in grey Catherine Walker dress at Tree planting ceremony: Get her look!

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As the Royal tour of Canada continues, so does Kate Middleton’s ever evolving fashion choices. On Saturday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the Canadian War Museum where they spent time talking with war veterans and taking part in a tree planting ceremony at Rideau Hall.

Kate Middleton wowed the crowds in a gorgeous and sophisticated grey, Catherine Walker dress with pointed peter-pan collar and turned up sleeves as well as a draped back-line. She wore delicate drop earrings and carried a matching grey Hobbs clutch. She finished off the outfit with a stunning pair of lizard Tabitha Simmons Dela pumps.

Although Kate’s shoes weren’t exactly practical for planting a tree, the Duchess carried it off with ease, while looking super stylish at the same time.

Copy Kate’s tailored look below:

1. ASOS Tailored Dress with Pleat Waist, $29.31
2. French Connection Jenae Pointed Toe Court Shoe, $103.43
3. Fossil Vintage Re-Issue Flap Clutch Wallet, $55

Later on that day, the couple took part in a cookery class at Montreal’s biggest chef school. The couple looked at ease creating a variety of dishes. Kate Middleton managed to whip up an amuse-bouche of foie gras on toasted brioche with apple cider jelly, while Prince William created goats cheese, baby cucumber and elderberry jam. The pair looked quite comfortable in the kitchen and Kate even revealed that she often likes to cook at home.

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