Kate Middleton flies the flag for unity as dress sends clear message to Bahamas people

Kate Middleton has sent a clear message with her latest outfit choice as she and Prince William touched down in Nassau, The Bahamas, on 24 March in the final leg of their Caribbean tour.

The Duchess of Cambridge looked gorgeous as she stepped off the plane following their trip to Jamaica as she donned a custom-made Emilia Wickstead dress in aquamarine blue – the same shade featured in The Bahamas' flag, which consists of aquamarine, gold and black.

Kate, 40, teamed the outfit with a matching aquamarine clutch bag and donned a pair of nude heels. The royal styled her brunette mane up into a ponytail for the final arrival and accessorised with some dangling gold and aquamarine earrings.

Wearing a full face of make up, including a smokey eyeshadow and pale pink lipstick, Kate was all smiles for the outing.

Prince William also looked dapper stepping off the plane as he donned a navy blue suit with a lighter shade of blue for his tie.

This isn't the first time Kate has matched her outfits to the country they've visited during their tour of the Caribbean to mark The Queen's Platinum Jubilee this year.

Kicking off their trip in Belize, Kate showed her respect by turning up in a gorgeous summer frock featuring the colours of the country’s flag.

The mum-of-four looked a vision in a smocked blue midi dress from Tory Burch which featured a bold, floral print and a stylish tiered design. She teamed the dress with a pair of cork wedge sandals from Stuart Weitzman, a pair of blue statement earrings by Sezane and a fan-shaped clutch bag by Anya Hindmarch.

Later, when the pair arrived in Jamaica, Kate again showed her respect by sporting a gorgeous yellow Roksanda dress in the same vivid hue as the country's flag.

Showcasing her love of diplomatic dressing once again, her yellow bespoke frock featured a wrap-style top with a billowing a-line skirt.

She paired the statement number with delicate drop earrings by Sezane, a white clutch bag and a pair of Aquazzura white heels with gold stripe detailing.

Kate also donned a green Emilia Wickstead dress she previously wore on a visit to Wimbledon last year. She teamed the outfit with a stunning brooch on loan from Her Majesty, which is a hummingbird.

The brooch was gifted to the Queen, 95, when she visited Jamaica in 2002.

It’s a known tradition for a royal to represent the country they are visiting through their outfit choices and Kate has showcased this perfectly throughout her tour of the sunny Caribbean.

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Perhaps she’s taken a leaf out of the fashion handbook of The Queen, who in the past wore a European Union outfit and yellow-trim hat reminiscent of the iconic flag.

Making a speech in parliament back in 2017, Her Majesty donned a yellow and blue floral dress with a blue overcoat and a matching blue hat with yellow flowers.

Whilst it’s likely that the monarch picked her outfit at random for the occasion, social media users believed otherwise – with many suggesting that she was honouring the EU flag with her wardrobe choice.

One user joked on Twitter: “Love the fact that Her Majesty delivered today’s Queen’s Speech wearing an EU hat.”

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“Woah, anyone else notice the subliminal message in The Queen's hat? #QueensSpeech,” another said.

“The award for 'Best Trolling Using a Hat' goes to the #QueensSpeech,” a third wrote, while another claimed they loved Her Majesty’s “EU bonnet.”

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