For the final engagement of the Royal Visit to Pakistan, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the Army Canine Centre in Islamabad.
William and Kate joined dog handlers as they train canines to recognise and scout out hidden explosive materials, before taking some of the puppies through their paces on an agility training course.
Continuing the monochrome theme from earlier today, Kate contrasted a white shalwar kameez with a black coat by British label, Beulah for her final look of the Pakistani tour.
It is the brand's 'Papilio' Coat (£675) made from a wool crepe with silk satin detailing. The coat features covered buttons and an a-line shape.
Kate also debuted a pair of black Russell & Bromley 'Xpresso' suede crossover flats - a style she also owns in Blush Suede.
She finished the outfit with her Accessorize Simple Filigree Short Drop Earrings.
Wishing the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge a safe journey back home!
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had to change their royal tour plans after a severe thunder storm forced their plane to abandon its landing in Islamabad last night.
William and Kate were pictured leaving Lahore airport this morning for the Pakistani capital, where they will conclude their five-day royal tour.
Kate wore a black and white embroidered kurta by Pakistani fashion label, Élan. The piece is currently in production, and will be available later this year.
The Duchess carried her Smythson Black Panama East West Zip Tote, and on her feet were the J.Crew 'Lucie' pumps.
Kate completed the look with her Accessorize Simple Filigree Short Drop Earrings.
On Day 4 of their Royal Visit to Pakistan, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge traveled to the bustling city of Lahore, known widely across Pakistan as the country's city of culture.
Kate wore a white shalwar kameez by Gul Ahmed, and a shawl by Maheen Khan. The custom tunic is embroidered with tonal jasmine flowers - the national flower of Pakistan.
The Duchess carried her blush Mulberry 'Bayswater' suede clutch bag and wore a new pair of nude d'Orsay suede pumps.
They are the J.Crew 'Lucie' 65mm suede pumps in ashen brown which also go by the name 'Colette' at other retailers. The 65mm Lucie and the Colette are available at J.Crew and Zappos respectively.
Kate accessorized with her Asprey London Oak Leaf Small Hoop Earrings.
For their first stop in Lahore, William and Kate called in to meet the Governor of Punjab at his official residence.
Afterwards, the royal couple visited SOS Children's Villages Pakistan, which provides a loving home and family structure to over 150 young orphaned girls and boys, and promotes the development of children into happy, confident and resilient adults.
Then it was off to play cricket at the National Cricket Academy.
Kate changed into more appropriate footwear for the outing. She sported a new pair of white plimsolls which I believe are the Hampton Canvas 'Plum' Shoes (from £28). This is a style that Princess Charlotte loves to wear! They are available in adult sizes.
There was a change in pace for the afternoon events in Lahore. The Duke and Duchess visited the Badshahi Mosque and attended an interfaith meeting.
Kate changed into a peacock shalwar kameez and wore a coordinating headscarf.
The outfit is an off-the-rack design by Maheen Khan, exclusive to O'nitaa in London. Monique Jessen shared this photo of the shalwar kameez in her article for People.
She reports it is "made from French chiffon, the shalwar kameez is hand embroidered in gold-colored silk by the tribespeople of Swarth in Pakistan. Worn with a bespoke scarf, or dupatta as it is locally known, the designer made it especially for Kate, to exactly match the outfit purchased from O’nitaa."
Here we get a glimpse of Kate's Catherine Zoraida Gold Fern Hoop Earrings.
For their final engagement of the day, the Duke and Duchess visited the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre.
William and Kate spent time with young patients undergoing treatment and spoke with their families.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent the third day of their Royal Visit to Pakistan in the Chitral district located in the northwestern region of the country along the international border with Afghanistan.
The royal couple were gifted with traditional Chitrali hats, jackets and shawl on arrival.
Below is a better look at the beautifully embroidered jacket.
Kate wore a mix of new and old for the tour of this mountainous region. We saw the return of the Really Wild Clothing Nubuck Waistcoat which she teamed with a dark brown shirt and a toffee brown midi skirt.
As it turns out, the shirt is actually a dress! Thanks to @Bojana's amazing detective work, she found the button and pocket details are a match for the Mint Velvet Chocolate Utility shirt dress (RRP: £99 - now £69).
This chocolate-brown dress is cut in a relaxed shirt silhouette that buttons down the front with utilitarian detail, from buttoned epaulettes and cuff tabs to front flap pockets and a tonal belt. It is woven with silk-like cupro for added drape.
The midi skirt and chocolate brown suede belt remain unidentified.
The Duchess debuted the Missoma Gold Zenyu Chandelier Hoops (US$149).
The earrings are inspired by Colombia's rich artistry and heritage. The bobble-trimmed charms are suspended from dainty hoops in a brushed-gold finish. With thanks to @emgcollins for the ID.
Kate wore her Really Wild Spanish Boots in Chocolate Suede (£315).
The Duchess arrived wearing a camel fringe wool scarf draped on her left shoulder but later swapped it for a cream bobble and scalloped lace trim shawl. Emily Andrew's tells us the shawl was given to Kate in Chitral by the Scout leader of the local area - echoing Kate’s association with the Scouts in the UK.
William and Kate visited the Chiatibo glacier in the Hindu Kush mountain range and walked around the northern tip of the glacier. They saw how it has retreated in recent years as a result of global warming.
In Bumburet, the Duke and Duchess saw several inspiring community-led initiatives that aim to equip locals with the tools they need to adjust to the changing landscape and weather patterns of the area.
For their final stop of the day, the royal couple visited a settlement of the Kalash people, to learn more about their culture and unique heritage.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge started Day 2 of Royal Tour Pakistan with a visit to the Islamabad Model College for Girls.
It is government run school for disadvantaged 4 to 18-year-olds benefiting from the Teach for Pakistan programme based on the UK’s Teach First scheme.
Kate wore a traditional kurta with trousers and a scarf by local fashion designer Maheen Khan. The custom-made periwinkle blue outfit is made from silk and can be ordered via Studio by TSC for $520.
A look at the back.
On her feet the Duchess debuted a pair of low block heeled shoes by New Look (£23.99). The faux suede pumps feature a pointed-toe with ankle-strap fastening. The design is only available at ASOS in a wide-fit. Thanks to @KateMiddStyle for the ID.
Kate re-wore the Zeen beaded chandelier earrings which she debuted last night.
Following the school visit, the Duke and Duchess traveled to Margalla Hills National Park which is part of the Himalayan foothills.
The royal couple meet park rangers and joined children from four local schools taking part in activities designed to educate young people on environmental protection and wildlife conservation.
Kate changed her footwear for the park tour and opted to wear her Russell & Bromley 'Xpresso' Crossover Flats.
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