By Lara Walsh
Sep 26, 2016 @ 7:45 am
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Kate Middleton gave a very stylish nod to Canada's flag while meeting with the country's prime minister, Justin Trudeau, and his wife, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, during a visit to Vancouver on Sunday.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who visited the city early on in their eight-day royal tour of Canada, left royal tots Prince George and Princess Charlotte behind in Victoria for their public engagements. And Kate brought out her signature royal flair in a stylish piece that paid homage to Canada's flag: a red and white dress by Alexander McQueen.

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The mom of two—who made a royal entrance in a demure royal blue Jenny Packham dress the prior day when she landed in Canada with her husband Prince William and her two kids in tow—upped the elegance for Day 2 in the boldly printed dress.


The printed frock showcased white piping details and cuffs, a pretty pleated skirt featuring two layered tiers, and a high-buttoned collar. She paired the look with red pumps and a red clutch and opted to wear her famous brunette locks down in middle-parted waves.

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Judging from Kate's first two looks, this week is going to be full of major style moments!