Kate Middleton meets Norway's equally stylish royals as she touches down in Oslo with Prince William
Kate Middleton and Prince William are getting a run for their money in the style stakes as they continue their Scandinavian royal tour.
The British royals are in the middle of a four-day tour of Sweden and Norway and touched down in Oslo this morning, where they were greeted by Norway's Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit on the snowy tarmac of Gardermoen Airport. After incorporating bolder colours into her wardrobe for Sweden, she returned to her more traditional signature look of colour blocking, wrapping up her baby bump in a funnel neck blue coat by Catherine Walker, carrying a black clutch and suede heels by Tod's.
Her favourite maternity brand Seraphina notified press that the duchess was wearing their Marlene dress underneath, which will be on display later today for a luncheon at Oslo's Royal Palace. Other acticites on the agenda include a formal dinner and a visit to a sculpture park before returning to Kensington Palace tomorrow.
Due to the increased scrutiny of her wardrobe during trips abroad, it's of little surprise that upon landing their private plane, Kate was joined by her personal stylist Natasha Archer and hairdresser Amanda Cook Tuckerr.