Kate Middleton opts for Topshop dress while playing with baby rhinos and elephants on safari
Kate Middleton and Prince William continued their tour of India today with a safari at the Kaziranga National Park.
We saw the Duchess dazzle in glamorous dresses by designer labels like Temperley London earlier on her trip, but today she opted for two high-street looks.
For the dusty walk around the park, she dressed down in one of her favourite high street brands, donning a pair of €39.95 Zara biker jeans and a cotton polka dot blouse, along with her favourite Russell & Bromley boat shoes.
After her safari jaunt, the 34-year-old had a quick costume change, swapping her casual look for a Topshop dress (costing around €95) in a striking pink floral print and embellished with intricate black embroidery.
Sweeping her hair back into an elegant chignon, she paired the high street frock with simple black sling-back wedges and the bargain €10 Accessorize earrings she had been spotted wearing a couple of days ago.
While visiting the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation at Panbari reserve forest in Kaziranga, Kate got to meet a baby elephant, and beamed from ear to ear as she fed the little animal.
Kate and William also played with some baby rhinos, who are recovering at the centre after being injured or orphaned in the wild.