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.
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