Kate dazzled the crowds in a pale blue peplum Catherine Walker suit and a pair of pearl drop earring borrowed from Queen Elizabeth II.
Kate, 34, received no special accommodations when traveling to the Netherlands for her one-day trip. She boarded a scheduled British Airways flight from London City Airport, much to the surprise of many of her fellow passengers.
Kate greeted King Willem-Alexander with a curtsy and later lunched with him inside his residence.
The second stop for Her Royal Highness in the Netherlands was to the Mauritshuis Museum to view “At Home in Holland: Vermeer and His Contemporaries from the British Royal Collection.” Kate, who has a degree in art history and is patron of the National Portrait Gallery in London, was there to support an exhibition of 22 works on loan from Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's II's collection.