The royals have arrived Down Under.
Prince William and Kate Middleton touched down into Wellington, New Zealand with their 8-month-old son Prince George on Monday (April 7). Kicking off the start of their three-week tour, the trio disembarked from the Royal New Zealand Air Force aircraft.
Toting their adorable tot, the Duchess of Cambridge looked radiant in a red Catherine Walker button-adorned coat, a silver fern diamond and platinum brooch borrowed from Queen Elizabeth II, a scarlet Gina Foster pill box hat and black pumps.
Meanwhile, the well-behaved tiny prince was adorable in a cream sweater, white shorts and little booties. And the Duke of Cambridge sported a dark suit with a red and blue patterned tie.
Following their arrival, Kate and William are set to attend a Ceremonial Welcome at the Government House in Wellington.
The royal family’s first official event – George’s first public appearance since his royal christening – will be at a parents and baby group on Wednesday at the Government House. Fun fact: when he was a baby, Prince William crawled there during his very first trip outside the United Kingdom back in 1983.
Last weekend, Kensington Palace released a new photo leading up to this overseas trip of the royal family posing in their apartment window along with their cocker spaniel, Lupo.