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!
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