Kate and William are couple style goals as they coordinate outfits for royal visit

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Kate and William are couple style goals as they coordinate outfits for royal visit

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge traveled to Ireland for a three-day visit

A couple that coordinates together, stays together! Kate Middleton and Prince William kicked off their official visit to Ireland on Tuesday, March 3, paying tribute to their host country. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge coordinated in green for their arrival. The royal mom of three stunned in a head-to-toe green ensemble as she disembarked her commercial Aer Lingus Flight in Dublin wearing a rose printed Alessandra Rich dress with peplum detailing at the waist and an emerald Catherine Walker coat.

The Duke and Duchess coordinated in green for the first day of their royal visit©WireImage
The Duke and Duchess coordinated in green for the first day of their royal visit

The ever-stylish royal completed her look with matching accessories—Emmy London heels, a suede L.K. Bennett clutch and velvet headband—as well as $22,400 daisy diamond earrings by Asprey London.

The Duchess wore a pair of dazzling Asprey London earrings©WireImage
The Duchess wore a pair of dazzling Asprey London earrings

Meanwhile, dashing William complemented his fashionable wife with a green tie that he paired with his white button-down shirt and navy coat. Following their arrival, the royal couple met with Ireland's President Michael D. Higgins and his wife Sabina Coyne.

Princess Charlotte's mom paid tribute to her host country in a green Alessandra Rich dress©WireImage
Princess Charlotte's mom paid tribute to her host country in a green Alessandra Rich dress

William and Kate were all smiles as they rang the peace bell together at the official presidential residence, Áras an Uachtaráin. The pair also attended a commemorative wreath laying ceremony in the Garden of Remembrance.

The royal couple rang the peace bell on March 3©Getty Images
The royal couple rang the peace bell on March 3

Prince George’s parents undertook the trip at the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. During their official three-day visit, the Duke and Duchess will spend time in Dublin, County Meath, County Kildare and Galway to “highlight the many strong links between the UK and Ireland.” The palace previously stated: “The UK’s links with Ireland are extensive, and The Duke and Duchess are looking forward to building a lasting friendship with the Irish people.”