By Olivia Bahou
Updated Sep 28, 2016 @ 2:14 pm
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The royal tour of Canada has moved into cooler temps, which means we get the chance to use Kate Middleton’s cold-weather wardrobe as inspiration for our own fall shopping. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge landed in the Yukon territory in northern Canada on Tuesday night, stylishly braving the cold temperatures.

Middleton stepped off the plane in a perfectly tailored emerald green Hobbs coat, complete with a collar, double-breasted buttons, and fitted with a belt at her waist. The duchess accessorized with nude pointy-toe pumps and a red and green tartan scarf over her arm in case the temperatures dropped even lower. As always, the dashing Prince William looked put-together in a blue blazer, dark sweater, and tan slacks.

The duchess stunned in a tailored emerald green Hobbs coat after landing in chilly Yukon.

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Upon arrival, the royals were greeted by the Canadian Rangers and Junior Rangers before attending a cultural performance at the Kwanlin Dun Cultural Center. The couple watched a performance that “showcased the incredible variety of song, dance and live music from Yukon.”

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“That was one of the best shows I’ve ever seen,” the duke told performers afterward, according to Kensington Palace. “You should be very proud.”

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We happen to be proud of this effortlessly stylish and gracious couple.