By Kelsey Glein
Apr 17, 2014 @ 11:25 am

Yet another day has passed on the Royal Tour, and Prince William and wife Kate's latest outing involved meeting with residents and emergency workers in Winmalee, Australia who were affected by the Blue Mountain bush fires in 2013. The royal couple's first stop of the day was a luncheon at Winmalee Guide Hall, and afterward they planted a tree with the Winmalee Girl Guides.

The Duchess of Cambridge looked as polished as ever in a Diane von Furstenberg ikat printed wrap dress, which she paired with her trusty navy Stuart Weitzman wedges. We love her latest lookand apparently everyone else did tooas the dress sold out in a matter of minutes on (there are other items pieces still available in the same print).

The royals posed for a photo with the group of Girl Guides before heading off for more sightseeing. They later met with Aboriginal Elders representing the area's indigenous landowners, who gave them a possum skin cloak for Prince George. Their final stop was a visit to Echo Point, Katoomba to see the Three Sisters rock formation, one of the country's most iconic landmarks, before heading back to meet with Australia's Prime Minister, Tony Abbott.

Stay tuned as we continue to follow the Duchess and her polished looks throughout the Royal Tour, and click through our gallery to see Kate's most memorable outfits ever.