Kate Middleton's headscarf revives memories of Princess Diana - highlights from the royal visit to Pakistan
Kate has donned outfits by a variety of designers, including Pakistani Maheen Khan, Jenny Packham and Catherine Walker. She touched down in Pakistan wearing a pale blue dress with matching trousers by Catherine Walker.
The duchess wore a dark blue kurta and scarf, courtesy of Maheen Khan to a school in Islamabad. She accessorised the outfit with a dazzling pair of earrings designed by Pakistani brand, Zeen.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the Badshahi Mosque, the most iconic Islamic site in Lahore, set in the heart of the Walled City. The Duke and Duchess toured the mosque and courtyard, before joining a discussion with faith leaders to learn how they are promoting interfaith harmony within their communities. The couple’s visit to Badshahi sees them follow in the footsteps of The Duke’s father, The Prince of Wales @ClarenceHouse, who visited the Mosque with The Duchess of Cornwall during a tour of Pakistan in 2006, and his grandmother Her Majesty The Queen @TheRoyalFamily, who visited in 1961. ?? PA / Kensington Palace #RoyalVisitPakistan #pakistan
The duchess and duke met Pakistan's prime minister during the trip, with Kate wearing Catherine Walker again. The outfit bore a striking resemblance to Diana, Princess of Whales' look in 1992 when she visited France.
At a reception hosted by the British High Commissioner to Pakistan, Kate donned a glittering Jenny Peckam gown.
Visiting the National Cricket Academy in Lahore, she sported a shalwar kameez by Gul Ahmed. The duchess the changed into an emerald green shalwar kameez and matching headscarf by Maheen Khan.
Compiled by Phelokazi Mbude
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