Guests of honour: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive for a reception at the British High Commissioner's residence in New Delhi to celebrate the Queen's 90th birthday at the end of the second day of their Royal visit to India'This is the first time Catherine and I have been to India and we have been incredibly impressed to see just how much this great country is on the move, and how India's dynamism is matched by the warmth and welcome of its diverse people.
At a party in New Delhi to celebrate the Queen's birthday the Duchess once again returned to an old stalwart with a look by Temperley London.
This very pretty top and matching maxi skirt in silk organza are perfect for an evening in the Indian heat and we love the contrasting black embroidery and sparkling crystal embellishments. And the good news for fans of Kate's style is both the top and skirt are available to buy now.
The Commonwealth War Grave Commission is currently, launching an 'India Remembers' campaign to encourage recognition of the vital part the Indian Army played in both World Wars, but particularly the First.
After taking off their shoes, with the Duchess displaying a clear nail varnish under her nude tights, they scattered rose petals at the very spot where a fanatical Hindu nationalist shot the revered leader three times in the chest on 30th January 1948.
Kate and her husband Prince William were attending a tea party in honour of the Queen's 90th birthday in New Delhi today when a fellow guest couldn't resist asking how she'd got back into shape after having George, two and Charlotte, 11 months.
Kate and her husband Prince William were attending a tea party in honour of the Queen's 90th birthday in New Delhi today when a fellow guest couldn't resist asking how she'd got back into shape after having her children The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are on their official tour of India and one thing we knew from the minute it was announced, was that Kate would be pulling out all the stops for her travelling wardrobe. With dresses by Saloni, Jenny Packham, Alexander Mc Queen and Emilia Wickstead, it's been a roll call of her favourite designer labels with a few new names like Anita Dongre thrown in for good measure.' The academic, who teaches political science at Jamia Mellia Islamia university, also asked her how she kept cheery through all the engagements.'I told the Duchess I have been a huge royal fan my whole life and I adored Princess Diana.And India of course is the biggest country in the Commonwealth, the family of nations to which she has committed so much of her life's work.Wardrobe malfunction: The Duchess of Cambridge struggles to control her flyaway dress – in an image reminiscent of the iconic Marilyn Monroe pose – as she and Prince William lay a wreath at India's national war memorial in New Delhi'India's contribution to the Commonwealth is something that is enormously important to her.'And with that in mind, she has given me a message that I am privileged to read out to you all tonight: "Prince Philip and I send our warmest good wishes to all you attending this special Garden Party.