October 16, 2019

Duchess Kate Opted for Elegant Coat and Trousers in Pakistan National Colors for Royal Tour

Share this pen


Kate Middleton arrives at the residence of Pakistan Prime Minister, Imran Khan, wearing an ensemble that reflects Pakistan's national colors.

"The U.K.'s links with Pakistan are extensive, and Their Royal Highnesses are looking forward to building a lasting friendship with the people of Pakistan," is revealed in a statement by Kensington Palace.

Prince William and Kate Middleton have a tightly packed 5-day tour of Pakistan. They will meet with government official, celebrities, business leaders, charity activists and locals. 

Attending a school for disadvantaged children, the couple have already completed their first royal engagement.


During the royal tour of Pakistan, Kate Middleton visits Islamabad Model College for Girls, on October 15, 2019, in Islamabad, Pakistan | Source: Getty Images (Photo by Tim rPool/Samir Hussein/WireImage)

In her second outfit for the day, Middleton paid tribute her hosts by wearing a green and white ensemble, which honors Pakistani's national color. Documenting the royal tour, the Daily Mail's Rebecca English tweets:


"The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have arrived at the official residence of #Pakistan Prime Minister @ImranKhanPTI - William knows the PM well as he is friends with his former wife, Jemima Goldsmith, and used to play cricket with him as a young boy #RoyaltourPakistan."


Since arriving in Pakistan, Middleton has worn loose fitting, conservative outfits. For her meeting Pakistan Prime Minister, Imran Khan, she chose pieces made by local designers.  

It is reported, the Duchess of Cambridge wore white trousers by Maheen Khan, drop earrings by Zeen and a green tunic by Catherine Walker. Her coat dress had a high collar, large matching buttons and flared out into a pleated skirt.


Middleton completed her look with natural looking makeup and a half up-do, which pulled the hair off her face, revealing her emerald earrings. In a post by Zeen, the jewelry company writes:

"We're feeling over the moon that The Duchess Of Cambridge - Kate Middleton once again chose to pair our accessories for her 2nd look. It has been a true honour to be her 'new go-to!' as per People Magazine."


"Meeting the Prime Minister and President of Pakistan — The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge called on Prime Minister @ImranKhan.pti and President @Dr.ArifAlvi, where they offered their thanks for the warm welcome they have received in Pakistan," says Kensington Palace.

According to USA Today, Prime Minister Khan is a friend of Princess Diana. The former cricketer used to be married to Diana's friend, Jemima Goldsmith. In 1997 the three of them partnered up to open a cancer hospital in Pakistan.