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.
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