Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, Prince William, Prince George

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The royals certainly know how to color-coordinate.

Kate Middleton, Prince William and Prince George opted to wear matching blue ensembles for their journey from Sydney to Canberra on Easter Sunday.

The Duchess of Cambridge was positively radiant in a short sleeve Stella McCartney frock as she disembarked from the airplane while holding the squirming tiny prince. Kate first donned the cobalt dress in July 2012 at an event at the National Portrait Gallery and again at the 2012 London Olympic games. The 32-year-old wore her perfectly blown out sleek locks down and completed the chic travel look with navy suede pumps.

The Duke of Cambridge looked handsome in a navy suit with a light blue patterned tie, while the delightfully alert 8-month-old donned a Rachel Riley blueberry cardigan and dark shorts.

Also in tow? The precious toddler's kangaroo backpack!

As the trio reached the tarmac at Fairbairn Airport, Kate passed active George over to William. The 31-year-old royal spoke with Governor General of Australia, Sir Peter Cosgrove, while Kate was greeted with a bunch of flowers by a young girl.

Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William, Prince George

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Prince George enjoyed an eventful first Easter, which included a fun-filled trip to the zoo, spending some quality time with his bilby namesake and traveling to Australia's capital.

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