Days three through five of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's first trip to Canada in 2011 took place in Ottawa, Quebec and Prince Edward Island. Day two was on July 2 in Ottawa and Quebec. They visited the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa before departing for Montreal.
Kate wore a knee-length gray Kensington dress by Catherine Walker, a pair of matching snakeskin Tabitha Simmons pumps and Hobbs London clutch while in Ottawa and later in Montreal.
The next day, while in Quebec City, Kate was in a royal blue lace by Erdem and her traditional LK Bennett nude pumps. She carried a nude clutch, as well. That day they attended a Freedom of the City Ceremony and a community ceremony in Levis, Quebec, before moving on to Prince Edward Island that evening. While in Levis, she was in the same shoes but changed into a cream, sleeveless Joseph dress. Upon arriving on the island, she was in her blush Jimmy Choo pumps and a pink tweed jacket.
During their day in Prince Edward Island, the Duke and Duchess visited the provincial legislature in Charlottetown, learned about the military at Prince Edward Island Park, and challenged each other in a dragon boat race (which William won). She was wearing a white and blue knit dress with a tie at the chest by Alexander McQueen with navy pumps. She later put on her navy trenchcoat by Ted Baker and a red Hugo Boss scarf. For the boat race, she was in a Nike navy jacket and J Brand skinny jeans, as well as Sebago flats.