Kate brought back the white Alexander McQueen separates first worn in Singapore on the 2012 Jubilee Tour.
Mist and clouds hung low over the Bhutan airport as the royal party said their formal goodbyes to Bhutan.
William and Kate now return to India and make their visit to the Taj Mahal.
Weather conditions were much different when we first saw the Duchess in the broderie anglaise pieces.
Above, September 2012. Below, April 2016.
It looked cool and damp but Kate didn’t seem to be chilled.
She accessorized with her LK Bennett Natalie clutch.
And I *think* she wore her Fern heels, also by LK Bennett.
The Duchess also wore her Kiki McDonough Lauren pave diamond leaf earrings.
Emily Andrews of The Sun shared a picture of the necklace Kate received as a gift from Queen Jetsun.
The royal entourage and media enjoyed spectacular views of the Himalayas and Mt. Everest on the way to Agra. Mark Stewart shared a picture of the stunning mountains and skies.
The group arriving at Agra’s airport.
The hospitality was evident in Agra with banners welcoming the royal visitors.
There is local interest in the visit, more from the Hindustan Times:
Stringent security measures are in place at the Taj Mahal for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton’s visit to the monument on Saturday.
To mark the Duke and Duchess’ visit to Agra, a local cafe is serving a special complimentary coffee, the Royal Duchess coffee to customers. The Sheroes Hangout café is run by acid attack survivors.
The most noticeable thing about arriving back in India today: the heat. It is 41℃, that’s about 105℉. It’s possible “oppressive” is an understatement, the word ‘enervating’ comes to mind.
The media preparing to wait.
The engagement is slated for 3:45pm local time, that’s 6:45 EDT. The schedule is relatively simple: Kate & William will pose for photographs and then spend an hour touring the Taj Mahal privately. We’ll have total coverage of that event; if merited, we will live blog. There are a variety of advancers on today’s visit, here is a partial list: