Prince William and Kate arrived in Quebec City after spending the night on a Canadian navy frigate which transported the royal couple along the St. Lawrence River.
They are took part in a prayer service held aboard HMCS Montreal.
Kate looked amazing in an electric blue lace ‘Jacquenta' dress by Canadian designer Erdem (Pre-Fall 2011 Collection), the LK Bennett Sledge2 pump in light taupe and carried the envelope moc-croc clutch that we have yet to ID. She also wore her gorgeous sapphire and diamond earrings.
Today's knee-length, split skirt silk shift dress has short sleeves and a floral integrated lace applique across the shoulders and sleeves to give it some textural interest.
Next they will visit Maison Dauphine, which provides assistance to troubled street youth in Quebec.
Later in the day, William will deliver a speech and attend the Freedom of the City military ceremony.
Once finished up with the Quebec City duties, the royal newlyweds will be heading to Prince Edward Island - which happens to be the locale in which Miss Middleton's favorite childhood book, "Anne of Green Gables," is based.