The royal couple's arrival in Singapore has sparked much media frenzy, and as always, it's the Duchess of Cambridge who captures the limelight.
Catherine Middleton has always been known for her beauty and her impeccable style and fashion sense. Many have been eagerly "stalking" the royal couple just to see what the Duchess would be wearing.
She arrived on Tuesday in an elegant pale pink kimono dress with orchid prints, custom-made from British designer Jenny Packham, and an off-white LK Bennet sledge pumps. She changed into a striking purple-cream silk dress by Singapore-born, American-based designer Prabal Gurung for the state dinner in the evening.
Early Wednesday, she was seen visiting Gardens by the Bay and later the Rolls-Royce Seletar Campus in a demure white broderie anglaise Alexander McQueen skirt suit, paired with the pair of Stuart Weitzman Corkswoon wedges that she is often seen wearing.
Kate then slipped into a colourful dress from local fashion label Raoul and LK Bennet pumps as she and husband Prince William made their rounds about Strathmore Green in the Queenstown estate, meeting and mingling with local residents.
Later in the evening, the royal couple attended a reception held at the home of the British High Commissioner, where Kate was spotted wearing a floaty printed chiffon dress from Canadian designer Erdem.
The dress featured an oriental design with a pleated skirt, but had custom-made sleeves added just for the Duchess.
This time round, she was reportedly in suede LK Bennet 'Harper' pumps in light taupe.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambdrige wrap up their official visit to Singapore Thursday, making a final stop at the Kranji War Memorial.
Kate was seen in a "duck egg blue" Jenny Packham dress. The bodice of the dress had a lace overlay and front buttons with a full pleated skirt. She's also back in her trusty off-white LK Bennet that seems to go with everything she wears.
They subsequently made their way to Kuala Lumpur, where the Duchess made her maiden overseas speech at the Hospis Malaysia. She was still in the same outfit she wore in the morning.
At the official state dinner held Thursday evening at the Malaysian royal residence, Istana Negara, Kate wore a dazzling custom white and gold floor-length gown by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen. The dress is patterned with gold Hibiscus flowers, Malaysia's national flower.
The royal couple visited the As-Syakirin Mosque in Kuala Lumpur City Centre Friday morning, and Kate looked resplendent in a silk chiffon dress from Beulah London. She has her head covered in a matching scarf in observance of the Islamic religion custom. Her outfit was completed with a pair of nude LK Bennet pumps.
They will be making their way to Sabah next.
Join us as we keep up with the stunning princess and her wardrobe as they make their nine-day Asia-Pacific tour.