As always, the Duchess looked elegant as she selected a mix of her favourite designers - from British and French to American.
To no one's surprise, the Duchess of Cambridge maintained her reputation on Saturday in Paris on day two of her royal visit with Prince William.
Kate Middleton has made Paris even chicer by gracing the City of Lights in a stunning black gown.
Kate Middleton drinks a Guinness stout during a St. Patrick's Day parade in London.
Britain's Prince William (R), the Duke of Cambridge, and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, arrive at the British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA) at Royal Albert Hall in London, Britain, on February 12, 2017.
The royal couple also posed for photos with the soldiers.
The event was William's first official engagement since a weekend-long break in Switzerland where he was caught "dad dancing" at a nightclub and criticized for missing an important Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey attended by other members of the royal family.
The Eiffel Tower Turned Off Its Lights In Solidarity With London
Parliament on Wednesday, landmarks across the world showed their solidarity to the victims. She said the two cities "share the same love of freedom and a commitment to democracy".
Kate Middleton wore Chanel from head-to-toe, pairing a printed dress with a skinny belt and quilted bag.
Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton visited the French capital on Friday, in a diplomatic move that analysts believe is meant to soften a divorce between Britain and the European Union.
The Duchess opted for a tweed waisted frock coat with a box pleated skirt and bracelet sleeves in blue and red that looked like a customised version of a look from Chanel's 2017 pre-Spring ready-to-wear collection, now on sale for £8,350.
William and Kate hailed the courage of those they spoke to at the French capital's historic military hospital, Les Invalides.
William and Kate are also planning to attend the Six Nations rugby worldwide between France and Wales at the Stade de France on Saturday.
The Duchess of Cambridge attended a reception at the British Embassy on 17 March 2017 in Paris, France.