In case you missed it: Kate Middleton finally wore her hair up in a formal (and did we mention gorgeous!) updo Thursday while at the Government House in Australia. During her 19-day tour Down Under the Duchess of Cambridge has only worn her up one other time. She opted for an elegant low ponytail while laying wreaths at the War Memorial in Blenheim, New Zealand. It should be noted that she also briefly sported a casual version of a high pony while white water rafting, so technically three times.
While updos were rare during the royal couple's tour, Catherine did model eight half-up, half-down styles, often when she was wearing a hat. Not that we blame her, if our blowout looked that good we'd wear our hair long and loose too.
And since we're talking numbers, out of the 20 ensembles Middleton donned during her visit with Prince William and Prince George, only one was by an Australia designer. It was a white frock by Zimmermann, which she debuted on Good Friday. Most of her duds were by British designers, naturally. And many of the dresses and coats were items she had previously worn before.
All and all, Kate's tour looks were never surprising but always delightful.