As for jewellery, Kate wore her simple, yet elegant round 'Grace' studs by Kiki McDonough, made of white topaz and small diamonds, set in 18k white gold (£695).
I came across it when doing some research regarding New Zealand designers and possible items Kate might wear during the Royal Tour, and it was also featured as a 'Royal Tour' possibility by Susan from What Kate Wore. It reminds me a lot of the cornflower blue polkadot dress by Jenny Packham that Kate wore when leaving the hospital with Prince George, so if I would be talking to Kate while holding my baby, I would probably choose for this dress as well ;-)
After the visit to the Air Force base, the couple went to the Auckland Marine, where they raced each other twice in an 80ft America’s Cup sailing vessel. Obviously, Kate won both times, and couldn't resist reminding William of that a time or two.
To be sporty-appropriate, Kate donned her head with a black 'New Zealand' baseball cap with fern embroidery ($18), and of course a ponytail.
While the Duchess usually goes for the more 'feminine' style (a.k.a. big and black), We now saw her wear a new pair of more 'sportier' sunglasses: original 'Wayfarer Classic' from Ray-Ban in the colour Tortoise ($155).
The Ballon Bleu watch by Cartier also made a reappearance. Bravest act of today! I would never dare bringing my $5,000.00 watch within a five mile radius of salt water! :-P