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Kate Middleton looked lovely as ever in Australia Tuesday.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore Roksanda Ilincic's belted cap-sleeve dress when she touched down at Ayers Rock Airport in the Northern Territory. The taupe-colored frock was reminiscent of the dove gray version from the label's Spring 2011 collection; Middleton stepped out wearing the lighter version in July 2011 and July 2012. Of course, the 32-year-old completed her look with nude L.K. Bennett pumps.
First on Middleton's agenda: visiting the National Indigenous Training Academy with Prince William; the facility provides training for the hospitality and tourism industries in 12-month residential courses. After meeting with students and staff, the royal couple presented certificates to graduating members.
Speaking to the crowd, Middleton asked, "Did everyone have a fun Easter?"
The Brits then made their way to the Cultural Center at Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Before their arrival, however, Middleton did a quick wardrobe change. She recycled her beloved Hobbs fit-and-flare '50s-inspired gray and white dress. She also swapped her pumps for L.K. Bennett espadrille wedges.