Published: Fri, October 18, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Kate Middleton Rocks Two Vastly Different Outfits On Royal Tour Of Pakistan

Kate Middleton Rocks Two Vastly Different Outfits On Royal Tour Of Pakistan

Prince William and Kate Middleton had a travel scare during the royal tour of Pakistan on Thursday. Indeed, the whole Pakistan tour, much like Harry and Meghan's southern Africa tour just weeks before, has brought memories of Diana to the fore as her sons and daughters-in-law follow in her footsteps.

The publication also claimed Prince William made a fantastic hit out of field for six runs.

From the moment she arrived in Pakistan, Kate Middleton has been embracing the country's modest fashion, skipping her typical midi-dresses and skirt suits in favor of a more traditional shalwar kameez.

According to People, an official told them, "You must apologize to Prince Louis because the bat is bigger than he is".

While the plane's passengers and the royal press corps were "looking a little shaken", Kate and William seemed "fine".

The hospital was started by Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, whose first wife Jemima Goldsmith was a friend of the late princess.

They also visited the Lahore Royal Fort and saw the Mughal architecture.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the stunning mountains of Northern Pakistan, where the stark effects of climate change and global warming are having a profound impact on the communities that call the region home.

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton, visited the National Cricket Academy (NCA) and played cricket with Pakistan players and local kids participating in the British Council's Dosti programme.

The Duchess of Cambridge wore a white Gul Ahmed-designed "shalwar kameez" of tunic and loose pants, which is the national dress of Pakistan. The head covering was necessary for the visit to the Badshahi Mosque - Pakistan's second largest - which dates back to 1671, and is considered one of the city's most famous landmarks.

According to People, the mother of three's choice in footwear was inspired by her daughter, Princess Charlotte.

The Badshahi Mosque located within the Walled City was also visited by William's grandmother Queen Elizabeth II when she was in the country with husband Prince Philip in 1961, and his late mother Princess Diana during her 1991 tour, reports Dawn news.

Diana visited the facility in the 1990s.

Prince William then joked, "He'll grow into it!"

Throughout their historic trip, Pakistani newspapers have celebrated the way the royal couple have conducted their tour.

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