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.
A look at the back.
The custom periwinkle blue kameez is made from silk and paired with matching trousers. It can be ordered via Studio by TSC for $525, and the two-tone chiffon scarf can be added for an extra £70.
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.
Following this morning's visit to Islamabad Model College and Margalla Hills, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent the afternoon meeting Pakistan's political leaders.
They first called in on The President of Pakistan, Dr. Arif Alvi, and First Lady Samina Alvi at the Presidential Palace in Islamabad.
William and Kate then had lunch with Pakistan's Prime Minister, Imran Khan who was a friend of Princess Diana.
Kate wore a bright green tunic-inspired coat by Catherine Walker, and cream trousers by Pakistani fashion designer Maheen Khan for this afternoon's engagements.
The coat is based off Catherine Walker's 'Nero' style made from silk shantung. The single breasted coat has covered buttons down the front and is fashioned with sharp shoulders and a swing skirt.
The Duchess draped a green printed chiffon dupatta from local retailer Bonanza Satrangi ($11) on her left shoulder.
She complemented the dark green hue of the scarf with her 'greenery' suede Emmy London 'Natasha' clutch and coordinating 'Rebecca' pumps.
Kate finished the look with her Zeen Dazzling Ceramic Drop Earrings.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended a special reception at the iconic National Monument in Islamabad hosted by the British High Commissioner to Pakistan.
William and Kate made an impressive entrance for the glittering reception in a specially decorated tuk-tuk to mark the royal visit.
The evening celebrated the very best of Pakistani music and culture, as well as highlighting the prosperous UK-Pakistan relationship.
Both the Duke and Duchess looked the part in coordinating dark green outfits - a nod to the national colors of the host nation.
Kate wore a glamorous bottle green sequin gown by Jenny Packham.
@katiesroyallove notes the custom piece is based off the British designer's 'Georgia' gown (£3,640) as seen on the Autumn/Winter 2019 runway.
Kate also debuted a pair of Jimmy Choo 'Mimi 100' Sandals (US$875). ID by @Innominate93.
The anthracite metallic nappa leather wrap-around heels have an intertwined ankle strap that meets in a delicate metal buckle fastening.
Another new addition were her statement earrings. UFO No More discovered they are a custom pair made in Pakistan by Chelsea-based boutique O'nitaa London.
A better look at Kate's half up-do.
As beautiful as the Duchess looked tonight, I think it was Prince William who stole the show in a traditional Sherwani and black velvet loafers!
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived at Pakistani Air Force Base Nur Khan, Rawalpindi this evening to start their five-day royal tour of the country.
Kate wore a bespoke ensemble by Catherine Walker. The design appears to take inspiration from a shalwar kameez - the national dress of Pakistan consisting of trousers (shalwar) and a loose dress (kameez).
The sky blue dress has a subtle ombre effect and the top is fashioned with a drape that extends to the back. The long sleeves feature tonal decorative buttons which run from the cuff to just below the elbow.
Below is a ready-to-wear cocktail dress by Catherine Walker featuring a similar ombre effect.
The Duchess carried a new minaudière. It is the Zeen Cream Gleam clutch ($29) made from a gilded faux leather. ID by @innominate_93.
Kate's earrings are also by the Pakistani brand. They are the Zeen Beaded Chandelier earrings ($10). ID by @ufonomore.
On her feet Kate wore her Rupert Sanderson 'Malory' Nude Kid Leather Pumps.
I'll conclude with some footage of William and Kate at the air base after disembarking from the plane.
The Duchess of Cambridge visited the Angela Marmont Centre for UK Biodiversity today at the Natural History Museum in London to find out how it is championing and helping protect UK wildlife.
TOP: Warehouse Berry Pointelle High Neck Jumper (£39).
PANTS: Jigsaw Khaki Relaxed Gathered Waist Culotte (£130).
EARRINGS: Asprey London Oak Leaf Small Hoop Earrings.
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