Kate Middleton Looks Radiant Wearing Turquoise Headscarf and a Traditional Pakistani Outfit
In another stunning outfit choice for her tour of Pakistan, Kate Middleton wears a bright teal garment, as she arrives with Prince William at Badshahi Mosque, in Lahore's Walled City.
The couple travelled to the mosque to speak with faith leaders and discuss the work they are doing to promote interfaith cohabitation.
The couple arrive at the mosque, Kate in a headscarf pic.twitter.com/koRcaU6nCR— Rebecca English (@RE_DailyMail) October 17, 2019
Out of respect for the holy grounds. The royal couple both took off their shoes, as they toured the grounds.
Kate didn't expose her bare feet and was shown wearing beige tights. The Queen has always encouraged the tradition for women in the royal family to always wear tights.
For her appearance at the Mosque, Kate wore a teal Shalwar Kameez by Maheen Khan. The garment was detailed with gold trimming along the edges and bold embroidery at the front. She covered her hair with a matching teal headscarf.
The Duchess added a bit of color to her makeup for event, wearing dark blue eye shadow, light blush and a pink lip.
William and Kate's trip to Pakistan is the first royal tour of the country since 2006, when Prince Charles and Camilla visited.
During Charles and Camilla's time in Pakistan, they visited the same Badshahi Mosque. In honor of her guests Camilla also wore a head scarf, as she and Charles toured the building barefoot.
Today Catherine Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William will visit Badshahi Mosque.Where Camilla Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Charles visited in 2006 #Lahore #RoyalVisitPakistan #RoyaltourPakistan #Royals @ShutterstockNow pic.twitter.com/Ppzth2H4AB— Rookie (@royalfocus1) October 17, 2019
Lahore's Walled City is famous landmark. The place was also visited by Princes Diana, who travelled to the city's famous cancer centre. The Kensington Royal Instagram account says:
"In 1996 and 1997 Diana, Princess of Wales visited the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital, a state-of-the-art cancer facility located in the centre of Lahore."
"Over twenty years on, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will visit the children's ward at the hospital today to spend time with patients undergoing treatment, and speak to their families," they concluded.
It is reported, Kate previously wore a headscarf in 2012, when she travelled with William to the Assyakirin Mosque in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. She is pictured looking similar to Diana during her visit at the Shaukat Khanum Hospital, in 1996,