The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s Scandinavian tour continues. The pair landed in Oslo this morning, where they were greeted by Norwegian royal couple Prince Haakon and Princess Mette-Marit, as well as several inches of fresh snow.
Kate Middleton wore a blue high-neck buttonless coat by Catherine Walker, which she wore over a lacy blue Marlene dress from her go-to maternity brand Seraphine.
As she departed the plane she wore her go-to black suede block-heel pumps from Tod’s.
It’s no surprise that Middleton would bring the tried-and-true styles along with her on the couple’s tour, as she’s worn them on numerous occasions recently, including on Christmas Day.
Just yesterday, the princess wore her favorite fringe leather buckle pumps, styling them with a bold houndstooth coat by Catherine Walker, for their final day of engagements in Sweden.
Meanwhile, Princess Mette-Marit looked chic in navy buckle-embellished pumps and a matching belted coat. Both Prince William and the Norwegian princess stayed warm in red scarves at the air force base.
According to People, Mette-Marit and Middleton have similar fairy tale stories of marrying into royal families. Much like Kate — who met William at university — the 44-year-old Norwegian princess was reportedly introduced to Norway’s heir-to-the-throne, Haakon, by friends at a rock concert in 1999.