Kate & William's Final Engagement in Quebec - Forts-de- Lévis


Kate & William undertook their final engagement in Quebec. A crowd of roughly 1,000 people strained for handshakes, photos or just a view of the couple. The celebration was 375th anniversary of the Lauzon “seigneurie”, the 150th anniversary of the founding of Lévis, and the 10th anniversary of the new City of Lévis.

They entered Fort Lévis over the moat and through the front gates to huge roars from the crowds. They greeted some children dressed up in military costumes and then, to the thrill of the gathered onlookers, they split up, each working a side of the crowd.  The event lasted about 40 minutes before they left for their next adventure.


Kate wore a beige sleeveless Joseph 'Vanessa' Dress $212.50 (sold out). The dress had an oyster scoop neck with grosgrain pleating.

The description of the dress is as follows:

'This sleeveless scoop-neck dress features grosgrain banding and ruching at the waist. Vertical grosgrain banding at hidden back zip. Vertical banding at sides. Serged edges at neckline and at arm openings. Lined at skirt.'

Kate accessorized her outfit with her LK Bennett -- Sledge2 Court Shoes in taupe leather £175 and her LK Bennett woven straw 'Natalie' clutch £140. Both are currently sold out.


Kate also wore the previously seen Links of London Effervescence Bubble Stiletto Earrings and her hair was down.

After the success of the event in Lévis, William and Catherine left for the Jean Lesage Airport to head to Prince Edward Island, or “PEI”.


When the royal couple stepped off the Canadian Forces Airbus aircraft in Prince Edward Island, Kate added a pale pink tweed jacket to her Joseph dress and changed her shoes into Jimmy Choo 'Lovely' heels in powder pink (4.3" heel height). The jacket is of unknown origin.(Media traveling with the tour say that officials had no information to share on the jacket, it was a ‘personal item’ from Kate’s closet.)





 

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