Kate Middleton and Prince William had a chance to kick back and embrace their outdoor side on Wednesday as they enjoyed an Indian safari in Assam.
The Duchess of Cambridge — in her most casual outfit yet this trip — headed out early this morning in Sebago boat shoes in a bid to catch views of rhinos, elephants and tigers.
Middleton paired to Sebago style with Zara jeans and a cotton blouse. The young royals appeared relaxed during the event on the fourth day of their trip to India and Bhutan. Later, Middleton made a quick outfit change, wearing an Indian-inspired Topshop dress and espadrilles to visit the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation. There, the couple enjoyed feeding baby elephants and rhinos.
Kate and William arrived in Assam on Tuesday night in the Temperley London lace dress and L.K. Bennett heels she had worn earlier in the day. For an Assam dance and musical performance later that evening, she changed into an Anna Sui maxi dress and wore the Dune London wedges. A little boy stole the show during the celebration around the campfire, playfully stomping on the Duke and Duchess’ feet — and giving onlookers a good view of Middleton’s shoes.
“The Duchess has tremendous style that really epitomizes the best of British fashion,” said Dune CEO Daniel Rubin. “We are very excited that she was wearing our wedge style, “Karley,” last night — and as usual, when she wears our shoes we expect to see a big spike in sales over the coming days.”