On her final day in Canada, Duchess Kate attended a reception hosted by the Alberta Government at the ENMAX Conservatory at the Calgary Zoo before leaving the country and heading to the USA.
Here’s a video of the couple, uploaded by the Calgary Zoo:
Before departing, the Duke and Duchess took part in an official departure ceremony at Calgary Rotary Challenger Park.
Kate wore a scarlet coat-dress ensemble by designer Catherine Walker. The coat has slightly structured shoulders, pleats down the front and matching red buttons.
Kate paired the dress with her nude coloured Stuart Weitzman ‘Raz’ clutch bag. The clutch is known as the “Muse” in the UK, where it is exclusive to the Russell & Bromley store. The bag comes in a number of colours and designs. Here we show a more recent version of the bag in nude, but without the snakeskin print that Kate’s piece has:
Kate also wore her trusty beige L.K. Bennett Sledge pumps. Duchess Kate wore these many times during the Canada tour.
As you can see in the photo below, Kate also wore her Tiffany & Co. “Diamonds by the Yard” bracelet from the Elsa Peretti collection.
The bracelet is made from stirling silver and features three round .09 carat diamonds, which “catch the light and make it dance” according to Tiffany & Co.
Kate wore her Kiki McDonough ‘Grace’ stud earrings with today’s outfit.
Finally, Kate wore The Queen’s maple leaf brooch (last seen on day two of the tour for Canada Day).
And just for fun, here’s another video from the reception at Calgary Zoo, uploaded by the Government of Alberta: