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The Royal’s Arrive In A Rickshaw To The Pakistan Monument For An Event

The Royal’s Arrive In A Rickshaw To The Pakistan Monument For An Event


Today marks the 4th day of the British royal family’s visit to Pakistan and ever since her arrival Kate’s dresses have reflected her respect for our culture. The Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William wish to strengthen the ties of their country with Pakistan and it is obvious that Kate’s elegant and fully covered attires have been carefully chosen to support this purpose. Kate has donned on kurtas, dupattas and even a traditional Chitrali cap on her visit here and we love her for embracing and respecting the Pakistani culture in the few days that she’s been here.

The royal couple was invited to an event hosted by the British High Commissioner and the future king and queen of Britain made quite an entrance! The event was also attended by Pakistan’s elite businessmen and our film industry was represented by Atif Aslam, Mahira Khan, Hareem Farooq and Mehwish Hayat. The graceful couple arrived in a rickshaw and both of them were clad in traditional Pakistani apparels. William was wearing a sherwani by the Pakistani designer Naushemian while Kate stunned everyone in a floor length emerald gown that honored the national color of Pakistan. Her elegant gown was designed by Jenny Packham and she accessorized her look with earrings by the Pakistani designer Onitaa. Here are the lovely Duchess of Cambridge and PrinceWilliam arriving to the event in a rickshaw!




The Duchess has been making fashion statements ever since she and her husband started touring Pakistan. Kate and Prince William landed at the Nur Khan Base on Monday night and Kate wore a bespoke traditional Catherine Walker dress as she disembarked the plane.




Kate and Will later went on to meet the Prime Minister Imran Khan at his residence in Islamabad. They also had lunch with him, Kate wore a green kameez by Catherine Walker with white pants by Maheen Khan and a green scarf by Satrangi.




They also visited a local government school in Islamabad and Her Royal Highness Kate Middleton dazzled in a blue kurta by Maheen Khan and a matching blue dupatta. We have to admit that this look reminded us of the time when her mother-in-law the late Princess Diana visited Pakistan in 2006 and wore traditional attires throughout her tour.




On their 3rd day in the country the dignitaries went to Chitral and were gifted traditional Chitrali souvenirs on their arrival. Prince William was given a heavily embroidered coat whereas Kate received a Chitrali shawl. Just like her late mother-in-law The Princess of hearts Diana, Kate was seen sporting the Chitrali cap too.




We love how Kate and William have tried to uphold and respect Pakistani tradition and culture on their visit. We are certain that this tour will result in stronger ties between our two countries! Let’s see what the international fashion influencer Kate Middleton has in store for us throughout the rest of her visit!

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