For tonight’s black-tie dinner at the British Ambassador’s residence, Kate wore Erdem.
The Duchess chose a Catherine Walker ensemble for today’s afternoon activities in Stockholm. Below, you see the dress.
The Duchess wore a coat by a British designer and a sweater from a Swedish company for the first engagement of the royal tour of Sweden.
UPDATE 5PM ET: Kate and William have arrived in Stockholm, and the Duchess was wearing her pink coat by Mulberry. Elias Giertz of Sweden’s Expressen (The Express) newspaper, reported the news on Twitter.
— Elias Giertz (@eliasgiertz) January 29, 2018
The story with exclusive photos is here. Following is a portion of the story as translated into English by Google, explaining why the Cambridges are not staying at Sweden’s Royal Palace:
They then drove in a small cardigan to the Diplomat city at Östermalm in Stockholm, where British ambassador David Cairns has his official residence.
Letting the duchess live there was not an easy decision for the court. Normally, the king usually allows foreign guests like the royal family to live at the Stockholm Palace’s guest house.
“Renovations of the façade at Stockholm Castle are currently underway. This means that you can not live or stay in there. As it seems now, there is no possibility to live in the guest house.