Prince William and Duchess Kate recently wrapped an eight-day royal tour through Belize, Jamaica and the Bahamas.
Throughout the royal couple's travels, the Duchess of Cambridge was seen sporting a plethora of standout looks to fit the various occasions attended.
She also wore lots of vibrant colors to pay tribute and celebrate the countries visited.
Duchess Kate kicked off the first day of the tour sporting a blue monochromatic lace textured look by Jenny Packham. She paired the look with a matching clutch and pumps.
This was the only look seen on day one as the royal couple canceled their first stop in Belize due to local protests that broke out ahead of their arrival.
"GMA" previously reported that the protests were led by led by indigenous people with some holding signs against colonialism. Additional protests followed in Jamaica with dozens of protesters who gathered in Kingston.
While still in Belize on a visit to Hopkins, the duchess wore a spring-ready floral print Tory Burch dress. She paired the look with stylish blue hoop earrings.
For the couple's last day in Belize, she kicked off the day with a cargo-like look including lots of neutrals as the couple walked through the British Army Training Support Unit (BATSUB) jungle training facility. Later that evening, the duchess switched into a bright shimmering grown by The Vampire's Wife as she strolled into a special reception hosted by the Governor General of Belize in celebration of Her Majesty The Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
For day four, Duchess Kate wore a belted red Yves Saint Laurent jacket paired with white trousers just before departing Belize and heading to Jamaica. Once landed, she switched into a vibrant yellow Roksanda dress as the couple entered Jamaica. The look was complete with a white clutch and matching pumps.
For day five, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a white pantsuit by Alexander McQueen that was accompanied by an orange Ridley London Blouse and matching Raffia handle bag.
Into the evening, she donned a sparkling green Jenny Packham gown while attending a dinner hosted by the Governor General of Jamaica at King's House in Kingston.
One of Duchess Kate's final looks in Jamaica included a green midi dress designed by Emilia Wickstead that included a pinned hummingbird brooch. On the same day, she was also seen wearing a white lace Alexander McQueen dress with a white Philip Treacy hat as she attended a military parade
She later arrived in the Bahamas wearing a teal Wickstead dress with a matching clutch purse.
While visiting Sybil Strachan Primary School in the Bahamas, she wore a mint green Self Portrait dress that included buttons down the middle and a pleated bottom. On the same day, she switched into a shining blue Phillipa Lepley evening gown for a reception hosted by the Governor-General of the Bahamas, Cornelius A. Smith.
On the eighth and final day, the duchess was seen wearing a patterned pink Rixo dress paired with neutral toned-espadrilles while visiting Abaco's Memorial Wall to remember the many victims of the hurricane.
To conclude the tour, she wore a vibrant yellow and white Alessandra Rich ensemble and white pumps for a departure ceremony at Lynden Pindling International Airport.