Over the weekend, Kate Middleton and Prince William began their Caribbean tour, in celebration of Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee. While visiting Belize, the duchess completely turned heads with her blue floral Tory Burch dress. And now, she has decided to debut another show-stopping ensemble before their departure.

Yesterday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended a special reception at the Mayan ruins of Cahal Pech to commemorate their final night in Belize. For the celebration, Middleton donned a pink glitter dress with ruffled sleeves.

She accessorized the look with gold, circular earrings (with a very detailed design) and carried an embroidered Mayan clutch. Middleton decided to wear her hair down for the event, with a straight part down the middle. The dress was designed by the British fashion brand, The Vampire's Wife.

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Meanwhile, Prince William sported a royal blue suit with a buttoned-down shirt (which was slightly open at the collar). The reception was hosted by the Governor-General of Belize and Prime Minister Johnny Briceño was also in attendance. The royal couple met with leaders in the Belizean government throughout the evening.

Prior to the event, Middleton and William made an effort to fully immerse themselves in Belizean culture. On the first stop of the tour, the couple visited the village of Hopkins.

They stopped by the cultural center of the Garifuna community and participated in traditional activities. In a video clip shared to the royals’ official IG page, the duke was shown doing the “punta” dance, which is a cultural dance that originated in the Garifuna community.

We’re absolutely in love with this dress, Kate.

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