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Duchess of Cambridge dazzles in three different outfits on Paris visit

Evening Standard logo Evening Standard 20/03/2017 Robert Jobson

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Kate dazzled in three different outfits in just a matter of hours in Paris as she helped her husband kick off a two-day tour of the city.

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The Duchess of Cambridge started the day in a green Catherine Walker coat, before changing to a black Alexander McQueen gown and she finally opted for an ice-blue Jenny Packham dress.

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Kate ensured all eyes were on her as she stole the show in a sweeping black gown at the gala held at the stunning official residence of the British Ambassador, Edward Llewellyn - Lord Llewellyn of Steep.

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But if William thought he could entirely put the embarrassment of his dancing ski weekend behind him he was sadly mistaken. 

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Not only did the BBC's flagship News At Six run mobile phone footage of the prince dancing in a nightclub along with a negative report about his behaviour, but a children's harmony group, Kids United, chose to sing one of the songs he danced to - Pharrell's Happy - to him and Kate at a gala dinner.

<p>The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are half-way through a two-day visit to Paris, Prince William's first since the death of his mother Diana in Paris almost 20 years ago.</p><p> On Friday night Prince William and wife Kate had dinner at the British Embassy in Paris with the ambassador, and said UK relations with France <a href="http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-39296610">would be undamaged by the on-going Brexit process.</a></p><p> Paris was put on high alert by <a href="http://uk.businessinsider.com/man-shot-dead-at-french-airport-orly-trying-to-grab-a-soldiers-gun-2017-3?utm_source=msn.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=msn-slideshow&utm_campaign=bodyurl"> a shooting at the city's second airport, Orly, early on Saturday morning</a> but the Royal couple decided to continue their French trip as planned despite the security scare.</p><p> Here's what Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge got up on in Paris on Saturday:</p> PICTURES: Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge visit Paris
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