Kate Middleton Loves New Zealand So Much, She Wears A Tribute To The All Blacks

She paid tribute to the country with her fern-adorned outfit...


by Sophie Wilkinson |
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Kate Middleton (or the Duchess of Cambridge, as we should know her) is currently touring New Zealand, along with husband Prince William and son Prince George. While all eyes have been on George in his adorable booties and dungarees (surely dungarees are a faff when you’re in nappies?! Oh well, we kind of like the luxury of it), Kate’s snapped the attention back to her – wittingly or not – by taking literal dressing to the next level at some sort of event thing her and William attended.

The shirt of the All Blacks, New Zealand’s rugby team, features a silver fern, the country's official emblem. And now has Kate incorporated it into her latest outfit.

Just like Zayn Malik, the One Direction member who got a silver leaf tattoo on the back of his neck, she's bigged up the good luck symbol, but in a lot-less-permanent Jenny Packham dress.

This isn’t the first time Kate's paid tribute to a place she’s been visiting through her attire. On an official trip to Canada, she wore a white dress with a red maple leaf hat, just like the Canucks’ beloved red-and-white-and-maple-leaf flag.

Say what you like about it, at least she’s not visiting Lebanon and having to put a Christmas tree jumper over her posh frock.

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This article originally appeared on The Debrief.

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