While we've enjoyed seeing the Royal couple on their tour of New Zealand and Australia with their (very cute) son, Prince George, there's only one thing that really stole the show for us: Kate's outfits.
The Duchess of Cambridge is known for her style sense and this trip has been no different. She managed to cram in over 25 incredible outfits for her overseas adventure and rather amazingly, she didn't have a dresser with her on tour. Clearly she's an impeccable planner and packer (we could use those tips for our next holiday).
Over the course of her three-week visit, Kate wore a range of dresses by British designers, such as Jenny Packham, Roksanda Ilincic (banana dress anyone?) and her beloved Alexander McQueen, the fashion house behind her exquisite wedding dress. Other creations came from Tory Burch, Erdem and Diane von Furstenburg.
True to form, the Duchess opted for a couple of high-street outfits, including a Hobbs dress and a breton top by Me+Em, which sold out immediately, thanks to the 'Kate effect'.
Take a look at more of her outfits below, from the start of the tour until the end.
(Images: Rex Features)
In a Catherine Walker dress and matching red Gina Foster hat
Arriving at the Military Terminal at Wellington Airport on a Royal New Zealand Air Force aircraft.
In Tory Burch
At Government House, Wellington.
In a Jenny Packham dress
Attending a State Reception at Government House.
A blue dress coat by McQueen
Visiting Blenheim, New Zealand.
Wine tasting in Auckland, New Zealand.
Breton top from Me+Em
On a visit to Emirates Team New Zealand base. Ps. Kate's top only cost £48. Bad news though, it's already sold out.
Aat the Avanti Drome in Hamilton, New Zealand.
Wearing a Jonathan Saunders jumper
One of our favourite looks, as we rarely get to see Kate dressed down these days, this was when the couple visited Dunedin, New Zealand.
In an Emilia Wickstead dress
At the official greeting at Dunedin International Airport.
In a red Luisa Spagnoli suit
Playing cricket in Christchurch, New Zealand. Bonus points for wearing heels while playing sport.
Blue suit by Rebecca Taylor
On a visit to Wellington, New Zealand, Kate wore a suit by the New Zealand-born designer.
In a yellow Roksanda Ilincic dress
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive in Sydney with Kate wearing a daring yellow creation. Or as Wills probably calls it, the 'banana' dress.
In a Diane von Furstenberg wrap dress
On a visit to Echo Point, Katoomba, Blue Mountains. This blue and white DVF dress sold out immediately.
White broaderie anglaise dress by Zimmerman
At Manly beach, Sydney, Kate opted for a light dress by an Australian label.
In LK Bennett
At the Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane.
In Stella McCartney
Arriving at RAAF base Fairbairn in Canberra.
In Alexander McQueen
Kate wore another by her wedding dress designer McQueen and a hat by milliner Jane Taylor at the Easter Sunday service.
Cream broderie angalise dress
At Taronga Zoo, Sydney, Kate wore a lovely cream dress.
In Roksanda Ilincic
At the National Indigenous Training Academy.
On a visit Uluru, Northern Territory, Australia.
Pale pink Alexander McQueen ensemble
At the Northern Sound System, Sydney.
Catherine Walker coat-dress
On a visit to Australia's National Arboretum in Canberra.
In Lela Rose
At a formal reception at Governor House, hosted by the Governor-General.
In Michael Kors
At the Australian War Memorial on Anzac Day.
In a grey blue coat and black heels
Kate, Wills and George leaving Australia.