Kate Middleton news: Duchess wears blue as Prince William & wife finally arrive in Norway
The Duchess of Cambridge wore a long blue coat as she stepped off the plane, keeping warm in the snowy conditions.
The long blue coat had a funnel-neck collar, and came down past her knees.
She paired this with black block-heel court shoes and a pair of black gloves.
Her hair was worn in a chic updo, and a pair of drop earrings could be seen twinkling in the light.
After arriving in Oslo, Kate and William will be enjoying lunch with the Norwegian royals.
They will then visit the Princess Ingrid Alexandra Sculpture park.
The Norwegian royals are hosting a dinner in honour of William and Kate in the evening to complete day three.
Last night, she chose a blue floral Erdem dress for a reception where she met some of Sweden’s finest talent.
This was the second Erdem gown she wore during her first two days on tour, as she wore a floral floral-print silk crepe de Chine item on Tuesday.
Erdem is a Canadian-born designer recently also worn by Prince Harry’s fiancee Meghan Markle.
He is currently the front runner to design Meghan’s wedding dress.
Finally, the royals will visit a school, a ski jump, and a ski museum before heading home.
Kate and William have just spent two days in Sweden, and the Duchess has shown her style credentials while in the nordic country.
She even paid tribute to Princess Diana with a red and white houndstooth coat which echoed something Diana wore in the 90s.
While Kate wore a full coat, Diana’s houndstooth item was a jacket, with a contrasting black and white houndstooth pencil skirt.