On June 3rd 2011, William and Kate embarked upon the fourth day of their North American tour.
The royal couple kicked off the day’s events by attending an inter-faith prayer service aboard HMCS Montreal.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also took part in the Freedom of the City Ceremony at city hall along with Quebec Premier Jean Charest.
Kate and William attended a youth discussion at Maison Dauphine and took a trip to the Québec Citadel Classified Federal Heritage Building.
Kate wore a blue lace dress by Canadian-born designer Erdem. You may recall Duchess Kate wore a dress from Erdem earlier in the tour.
Kate’s Erdem dress is known as the “Jacquenta“.
The dress formed part of Erdem’s Pre-Fall 2011 collection.
Kate accessorised her blue lace dress with her nude L.K. Bennett heels. (Shown here on different occasions).
Kate also carried her coordinating beige clutch bag from Stuart Weitzman. Russell and Bromley carry the bag, and have renamed it bag “Muse“. Ot is commonly known as “Raz” in the USA.
The bag pictured above is a more recent version (2014) of the design. Stuart Weitzman’s Raz clutch bag is a staple piece for the brand who re-release it annually in new colours, fabrics and designs.
In Montreal, Kate also wore her stirling silver Tiffany “Diamonds by the Yard” bracelet from the Elsa Peretti collection.
Finally, Kate wore her blue sapphire diamond earnings. We cannot identify this pair, though it is thought they are from Princess Diana’s collection, and have been modified as a gift for Kate.
some more Erdem-inspired dresses on a budget!