Princess Kate's Tropical Trip Accessories
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge embarked on a nine day trip around Southeast Asia and the South Pacific to commemorate Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee. And, as always, the former Kate Middleton was impeccably dressed.
We're not just talking about her designer dresses and heels, either — Princess Kate looked marvelous in a variety of new accessories, from shawls and parasols to traditional Polynesian necklaces and grass skirts. But then again, we would expect no less from the Duchess; she's proved why she deserves to be included on Vanity Fair's recent best-dressed lists.
Check out Kate's great accessories as she and Prince William wrap up their Diamond Jubilee tour.
Carrying a parasol while paying her respects at the Kranji Commonweath War Cemetery in Singapore.
Removing her shoes and donning a flowy shawl at the As-Syakirin Mosque in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Carrying a colorful fan after arriving at the Honiara International Airport in the Solomon Islands.
Crown of Flowers
Wearing a decorative floral crown, which was given to her as a gift at a cultural village in Honiara.
Sporting hiking gear on a walk through the rainforest at the Danum Valley Research Center in Malaysia.
Wearing a decorative necklace during her arrival on the Solomon Island of Tavanipupu.
Modeling a grass skirt before participating in a traditional Polynesian dance during a visit to the island nation of Tuvalu.