Prince William and Kate Middleton on Pakistan turn Tuk-Tuk Islamabad as she dazzles in £3500 dress
The Duchess of Cambridge,Kate Middleton rock a glittering, £3500 emerald dress by Jenny Packham while on Royal tour in Pakistan.
The duchess looked elegant in an aqua shalwar kameez – a traditional Pakistani outfit comprised of a flared kurti, a long shirt, and trousers – by British designer Catherine Walker.
The Duke , Prince William wore an eye-catching black Sherwani – a long coat-like jacket that is knee length and usually worn for formal occasions or weddings – with matching trousers at the National Monument of Pakistan.
More than 1,000 Pakistani police officers were deployed to secure the couple’s safety during their travels across the country. All details of their engagements will be released by the palace on the day for security reasons.
Prince William discussed the relationship between the United Kingdom and Pakistan – and also referred to when his grandmother the Queen visited more than fifty years ago, saying: ‘Stood here with this magnificent monument behind me, I am struck by the great strides Pakistan has made since its birth seventy-two years ago.
The tour was designed to showcase the best modern Pakistan has to offer and emphasise the ongoing political, cultural, social and economic ties it enjoys with the UK, highlighting Britain’s continuing role on the international stage away from the Brexit crisis.