The Duchess of Cambridge showed off her safari style as she dressed down in biker stretch pants for an encounter with a rhino.
Kate wore a cream printed blouse by Australian brand RM Williams with £29.99 mid-rise brown biker "power stretch" trousers from high street store Zara on day four of the royal tour of India.
The skin-tight trousers featured ribbed knee detail and a zip pocket.
The Duke of Cambridge opted for a classic safari look, wearing chinos, a khaki shirt and sturdy boots, as the pair travelled by jeep in Kaziranga National Park.
Kate was spotted in her much-worn Sebago Bala deck shoes, with Ray-Ban sunglasses perched on her head and her hair mostly down.
The couple caught sight of a rare one-horned rhino just 50 yards away as they were driven down the forest track.
Just like during the rest of the tour, quick change Kate switched into another outfit for her next engagement.
She wore a £75 Topshop pink embroidered smock dress to meet villagers in Pan Bari. The boho-chic outfit featured black embroidery and tassel ties hanging from a keyhole neckline.
The Duchess also changed her hair to an up do and swapped her boat shoes for wedges.