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Posted at 09:43 PM ET, 07/02/2011

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, wears a maple-leaf hat on Canada Day (Photos)


William and Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, arrive at a citizenship ceremony in Gatineau, Quebec, Canada on Friday. (Paul Chiasson - AP)
Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, managed to make an old dress and a hat with a fabric leaf attached to it look stylish Friday, as the royal couple continued their tour of Canada.

As the Duchess formerly known as Kate Middleton and Prince William made a stop at the Canadian Museum of Civilization on Friday, Kate was sporting the cream-colored Reiss dress she wore in one of her engagement photos, adorned with a Maple Leaf brooch loaned by Queen Elizabeth. She topped the ensemble off with a striking red maple-leaf fascinator and a fan-shaped clutch.

The Duke and Duchess flew from Heathrow Airport in London to Ottawa on Thursday to begin their 11-day tour of the U.S. and its neighbor to the north. Kate will reportedly wear 30 different outfits during the trip, as Arts Post’s Katherine Boyle reported, including two navy dresses yesterday.

Check out more photos of Kate’s latest look below:


William and Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge greet a new Canadian citizen during a citizenship ceremony. (Paul Chiasson - AP)


The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge sing God Save the Queen. (Paul Chiasson - AP)


The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, flanked by Governor General David Johnston, left, and Immigration Minister Jason Kenney smile during a group photo with newly sworn-in Canadians. (Paul Chiasson - AP)


The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive at a citizenship ceremon. (Paul Chiasson - AP)


The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, followed by Canada's Governor General David Johnston and his wife Sharon. arrive at a citizenship ceremony. (BLAIR GABLE - REUTERS)

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