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Kate opts for Emilia Wickstead as she bids farewell to Mumbai and visits New Delhi

Read about day one of the Royal Tour  here.

Day two of the Royal Tour kicked off with a visit to The Social, a bar, restaurant and collaborative workspace in Mumbai.

William and Kate meet young entrapreneurs in Mumbai

William and Kate toured the space and met with young entrepreneurs from the local area.  They were given demonstrations of various start-up ideas and enterprises.

William and Kate testing Brail machine

During the visit, William and Kate were blindfolded and learnt how to type in Braille.  Can you guess which word they chose to type?  George.  Awww.

Kate Middleton learns Braille in India

The Duke and Duchess made their way around the event, taking the time to chat with young entrepreneurs and learning about their various innovations.  During their visit, the couple learned about a project called Startup India, a campaign to encourage new business and discussed how the UK can work with Indian businesses to achieve these goals.

In addition, William took to the stage to officially launch the Tech Rocketship Awards.


The awards are supported by UK Trade & Investment, who wish to find some of India’s best and brightest talent in technology start-ups and encourage them to expand into the UK.  Ten entrepreneurs will win a trip to the UK and be “provided with the best of British expertise and access to capital so that they can launch themselves in the UK, as a springboard for further global growth.”

William and Kate travel to New Delhi to lay a wreath

Next, William and Kate left Mumbai on a plane and headed to New Delhi, India’s capital city.   Their first port of call was the India Gate, where they laid a wreath to remember the country’s war dead and pay their respects to India’s Armed Forces.


Next, the pair visited the Old Birla House, where India’s founding father Mahatma Gandhi spent the last 144 days of his life before being assassinated in 1948.


The house is now a museum, known as “Gandhi Smriti” (translates as “Gandhi Memory”).  William and Kate scattered rose petals in memory of Gandhi and received a private tour of the museum and its grounds, including a spot in the garden where Gandhi regularly prayed.  They were also shown a large bronze statue that represents hope and peace before meeting with local schoolchildren.


Kate’s outfit:

Kate wore three new pieces for today’s events (at least, new to us, the public!)

Kate Middleton

Her ivory midi dress is by British designer Emilia Wickstead. It’s made from wool-crepe and lined with silk. The garment features two faux breast pockets and a full skirt.


The dress retailed for £1,760 (approximately $2516 USD) at The Outnet before going on sale for £704 ($1,006 USD). The dress was also available at Moda Operandi for $1,525. It is sold out at both retailers.

Kate’s shoes are by Rupert Sanderson. They’re the Calice pumps in the “pink lady crack calf” style. They feature an elegant pointed toe and a 110mm heel.


Kate carried a Mulberry Bayswater clutch bag.

Mulberry Bayswater Clutch Bag

This is the third she owns! Please note that the picture below is just an illustration, she appears to be carrying a suede version of the bag:


Kate's outfit for #RoyalVisitIndia - Day Two Part One

Rupert Sanderson Calice Heels in Pink

Rupert Sanderson Calice pumps

Pink Crackled Leather Heels

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Kate Middleton's Mulberry Bayswater Wallet Clutch Bags in Black, Maroon and Cream suede

Mulberry Bayswater Clutch

Conker / Black / Buttercream suede

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  1. manalika says:

    It’s interesting that Kate’s choices are conservative pieces with below the knee skirt lengths! I feel she will continue this trend throughout the tour.

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