Kate Ends Royal NZ and Australia Tour Going Solo

There’s no doubt that Kate and William’s three-week tour royal tour of New Zealand and Australia has helped rekindle memories of Grey’s solo Oz ramble, while also raising a-were-ness of the greenYgrey’s new three-way rebranding.

Duchess of Cambridge Solo GGing Extravaganza

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The Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, and Duchess of Cambridge, Kate, impressed with a synchronised greenygreying in the arid red middle of Australia earlier in the week, having ventured out without any green of their own.


The Royal tour ended with Kate going solo, showing she has matured into an expert greenygreyer in her own right.

In one pose (shown and showing below) it even seemed as if she was taking greenygreying in a new surreal direction, perhaps influenced by Australian surrealists such as James Cant.

Grey of course had a berry good time in Canberra on its epic ramble, and although there were no berries in sight, Kate did do the double when helping plant a tree.

The Duchess of Cambridge wore a stunning green dress and grey shoes, and did the double by mix and matching them with a partially green bush and partially grey shovel.

The royal couple planted a tree at the National Arboretum in Canberra

Surreal Greenygreying by Kate

Did Kate find out she can berry in Canberra, like Grey did; or was she creating a surreal greenygreying photo to shake up a greenygreying art craze that some critics consider to have gone stale? That was the greenygreying question inspired by this creation:

Kate spoke with girl guides and boy scouts and then ventured inside a giant replica bunya nut in the Pod Playground at the Arboretum

We may have to wait some time to find out the answer, but there’s no doubt that whether it was a greenygreying accident or genius, Kate has certainly shaken up the greenygreying world Down Under.

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