The Telegraph has found out that Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s mother will sport 12-15 outfits during the 6-day tour.
“She is in charge of it herself and takes an interest in paying tribute to the host country with nods to their culture and local style on at least a few of the engagements,” a source told the publication. “The important factor on this tour is the heat, so that’s an issue that plays a big part in the choice of outfits.”
In November, the Kensington Palace announced the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s visit to India, and a few days later the 34-year-old royal donned a dress signed by Indian designer Saloni at the annual Fostering Excellence Awards.
In 2011, during the official Royal visit to Canada, Catherine chose to wear red and white, which are the colors of the country’s flag.
In the 2014 Australian tour, Kate was dressed up in Australian label Zimmermann on Oz’s Manley Beach in Sydney. Prince William’s wife also wore Alexander McQueen, Jenny Packham and Catherine Walker among other designers.
The Telegraph added that Kate’s hairdresser Amanda Cook Tucker and Natasha Archer, her personal assistant, are set to join her on the April 10-16 tour.