Not long after stepping off the airplane, Middleton changed into a floor-length indigo kira (a patterned wrap skirt) and a Bhutanese-inspired blouse and embroidered cape by Paul & Joe).

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Meghan Overdeep
Apr 14, 2016 @ 10:15 am

After a colorful week in India, Kate Middleton and Prince William made their way to the neighboring country of Bhutan today, where King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and his wife, Queen Jetsun Pema (aka the "Will and Kate of the Himalayas"), treated them to a tour of their remote Buddhist kingdom.

Middleton arrived in the mountainous Himalayan land wearing a long-sleeve, cream-colored coat dress by Emilia Wickstead, cinched at the waist by a matching belt and accessorized with a pair of nude pumps and gold drop earrings.

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Middleton arrived in Bhutan wearing a long-sleeve, cream-colored coat dress by Emilia Wickstead, cinched at the waist by a matching belt and accessorized with a pair of nude pumps and gold drop earrings.

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With the formalities behind them, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wasted no time diving into the local culture, immediately trying their hand at archery (the national sport) in a traditional skirt. Not long after stepping off the airplane, Middleton changed into a floor-length indigo kira (a patterned wrap skirt) and a Bhutanese-inspired blouse and embroidered cape by Paul & Joe) while Wills stuck to the basics: a slim-cut navy suit and a red tie.

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