When Kate Middleton does day-to-night, she does day-to-night (at this point we should probably go ahead and publish a flip-book of Kate Middleton-themed affirmations). After a rainy day in Canada, which required the Duchess to (gasp) shield herself with an umbrella for her engagements in Bella Bella, the Duchess went ultra-glam Monday evening, in British Columbia, as she wore a £1,000 red Preen dress, alongside Prince William, for a reconciliation ceremony with Canadian First Nations groups.

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Kate paired the look—which offered us a rare asymmetric neckline (by Kate standards, this is some wild stuff)—with the royal family’s diamond maple-leaf brooch, which had been given to the Queen Mother by her husband, King George VI, to commemorate their visit to Canada in 1939. (Kate has used her wardrobe to pay tribute to the host nation throughout her stay, wearing a maple-leaf brooch upon her arrival, as well as a red-and-white McQueen dress on the second day of the tour.)

Kate and William hobnobbed with 200 guests in the ballroom at Government House, in Victoria, after having met with about 25 representatives for a ceremony that, per the Daily Mail, was “designed to heal the wounds of conflict between indigenous people and the government.”

On the itinerary for today, for the couple: stops at a university, where they will watch a women’s volleyball match; at a winery, for a “Taste of British Columbia” festival; and finally in Whitehorse, Yukon, where they will watch a performance, and stay the night.

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