- Duchess Kate and Prince William are attending a reception hosted by the British High Commissioner in Pakistan.
- The Duchess of Cambridge wore an emerald-green gown by Jenny Packham for the formal event.
Some of the Duchess of Cambridge's best looks are arguably her formal ones, so it comes as no surprise that her ensemble for a swanky reception during the royal tour of Pakistan is a total showstopper. She and the Duke of Cambridge are attending an event hosted by the British High Commissioner in Pakistan, Thomas Drew, at the Pakistan Monument in capital city Islamabad.
For the festivities, the duchess wore a glittering emerald-green Jenny Packham gown with metallic heeled sandals. Her dangling earrings are from O'Nitaa, which sources luxury South Asian fashion. Prince William was equally dressed up in a dark teal traditional sherwani, a formal coatlike piece, by Pakistani brand Naushemian.
And back in London, sister-in-law Meghan Markle also picked out a dress in hunter green for the WellChild Awards—it's actually the same one she wore for her engagement interview.
The reception attire is the latest of the duchess's impressive looks on tour, which just began last night. First, she stepped off the plane in a light blue ombré Catherine Walker dress and pants during her arrival with William yesterday.
Then today, she kicked off a busy schedule of engagements in a royal blue kurta with trousers—traditional national dress—by Pakistani designer Maheen Khan. For meetings with the president and prime minister later in the day, she mixed British and Pakistani labels, opting for a Catherine Walker tunic with Maheen Khan pants, and a Bonanza Satrangi dupatta.
The nighttime affair at the Pakistan Monument is set to highlight Pakistani music, art, and culture, as well as the country's partnership with the U.K. Prince William is also slated to deliver a speech. The best part of their appearance, though? The arrival via auto rickshaw.
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