Britain's Duchess of Cambridge is thought to have sought style help from her mom for her trip to Australia.
The brunette beauty and her husband Prince William, who have baby son Prince George together, are set to jet Down Under later this year.
Ahead of the important visit Catherine - known as Kate Middleton prior to her nuptials - is said to have turned to her mother Carole for help on what to wear.
"The Australia trip is a big deal and Kate is keen to sort out her wardrobe as soon as possible. She and Carole have been attempting to make a dent in the task by choosing what Kate will wear to each event," a source told British magazine Look.
"Kate tries on the outfits, making sure they are appropriate for each appearance, then Carole takes a photograph, before they label each with the date and place it will be worn, and the shoes and hairstyle to match."
The 32-year-old has made her love of high street retailers clear with her on-trend outfits since becoming a part of the royal family. She has stepped out in array of affordable dresses, such as a white and black polka-dot number by Topshop.
"I wouldn't be surprised if she's been checking out the new drops in her favourite shops like Reiss, Zara, L.K. Bennett and J. Crew Online," the source added. "If Kate spots something she likes, she'll ever order it or pop to the King's Road to try a few things on."
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