HRH later changed from her safari outfit into a printed midi dress by Topshop. Her print game has certainly been strong on this tour! The dress is described as "boho-chic" which is a term often applied to fabrics and designs with a vaguely Indian quality about them. In this case that would be courtesy of the embroidery. I think you could even get away with adding a pair of chudidaar pants with this kameez-like dress. It's all about the options, right?
TRH put the finishing touches on an elephant for the Elephant Family's elephant parade project. They also had the opportunity to feed animals at the Panbari Reserve (awwww!!). I don't know enough about the issue, so we won't get into the controversy of the Royal Family's fondness for hunting and their environmental conservation efforts.
The day's scheduled activities also included a leisurely stroll through tea gardens and opportunities for the Cambridges to meet enthusiastic locals. The HRH Duchess Kate blog has some excellent photos of the Duchess interacting with local residents.