The Duchess of Cambridge looked stunning in a custom Jenny Packham dress when she and Prince William attended a state reception to unveil a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II in Wellington, New Zealand on Thursday.
Middleton's dress featured a swing skirt and was accented with a silver fern on her shoulder to represent the country's emblem. She completed her look with black pumps and a matching clutch.
Prince William took center stage to address the crowd and unveil his grandmother's portrait, which was commissioned in 2012 by the New Zealand Portrait Gallery and painted last year by emerging artist Nick Cuthell.
"New Zealand is very special to me personally," he told the crowd, before talking about his 8-month-old son, Prince George. "I swear I heard him doing the haka this morning," he said, referencing the traditional ancestral dance from the nation's Maori people. "I hope that George doesn't keep you up!"