As the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge touched down in Poland for the first leg of their royal tour, naturally the attention turned to their fashion choices. And when you notice how stunning and absolutely photogenic this family is, it's not hard to understand why the cameras love them.
Middleton wore an elegant white dress by Alexander McQueen paired with a ruby necklace that matched Princess Charlotte's outfit. The adorable two-year-old wore a red and white printed dress with shiny red shoes and a red bow in her hair. Prince William also followed the theme in a white shirt and red tie.
While it is not unusual for the royal family to co-ordinate their outfits, this time there was a deeper meaning behind their distinct color theme. Royal fans noticed that the red and white theme was a subtle nod to the Polish flag, and a signal of gratitude to the country they were visiting. Did you guess that?
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This isn't the first time the family have honored the country they were visiting via their clothing choices. When the Duchess of Cambridge visited Canada as part of a 2011 royal tour she famously wore a maple leaf hat.
During their entire marriage, Kate and William have been a picture of absolute class, and this trip to Poland is no exception. They are setting a wonderful example for Princess Charlotte and Prince George by bringing them along for the trip instead of leaving them at home with nannies, and we know the two mini royals will be just as brilliant as their parents.
That said, there was no denying how cute George and Charlotte looked when their plane touched down, so we can only imagine how downright adorable they'll be when they wave goodbye!
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