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Home3amStyleKate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge5 ways Kate Middleton’s Canada 2011 royal tour outfits cemented her as a style iconAs the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge prepare for their second visit to the country this weekend, we take a look back at Kate’s winning looks from her first royal tourByDanielle StaceyMagazine Online Content Editor14:06, 23 SEP 2016Updated10:14, 30 SEP 2016Kate’s first tourdrobe paved the way for her next royal tours Get Weekly Fashion updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailEver since the Duchess of Cambridge wore that now iconic blue Issa dress when she and the Duke announced their engagement in 2010, the world has become fascinated with Kate’s wardrobe.Of course, we all oohed and ahhed at her beautiful Alexander McQueen wedding dress , but when Kate and Prince William embarked on their first royal tour of the US and Canada in 2011 , we got a daily dose of her outfits.With Kate changing up to three times on some days, we all wanted to know what and who she was wearing cue the ‘Kate effect,’ with pieces becoming an instant sell out.Kate Middleton royal tour of Canada and USA in dresses: Complete guide to the Duchess of Cambridge’s outfitsShe showed us how versatile her style is, mixing up high end and high street, while still respecting royal etiquette something that has become a constant with every tour the couple have been on.And now this weekend, the Duke and Duchess will fly to Canada with Prince George and Princess Charlotte in tow, on what will be the young royal’s first royal tour.As we look forward to seeing, no doubt, the usual Kate classics on this next tour (we’ve predicted the Smythe blazer and LK Bennett courts will make an appearance) but we wonder if the Duchess will surprise us with something different.We look back on how her first royal tour has influenced her style choices today.1. Mixing high street and designer She might have her pick of some of the world’s best designer fashions but Kate has stayed true to her girl next door roots, by mixing up her tourdrobes with some of her favourite high street brands.Kate has become renowned for her matching accessoriesAnd Kate has followed suit since. On the couple’s most recent tour of India and Bhutan, we saw her serve up an interesting selection of affordable and high end fashion fashions from the likes of Glamorous, Topshop, Zara to Alice Temperley, Jenny Packham and Catherine Walker.2.