Kate Middleton Wrote Sweet Personal Note to Designer of Traditional Outfit Worn on Pakistan Tour

Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, made sure to extend her gratitude to the designer of the splendid outfits she wore during her visit to Pakistan.

Élan’s creative director, Khadijah Shah, shared the duchess’s note for her on Twitter. The note reads, “Thank you so much for all of your help ahead of my tour to Pakistan. I am so grateful to you and your team for the wonderful selection you made for me to choose from — although having so many beautiful things did make the decision making a little more difficult!”

Kate, who shares three children with Prince William, said she loved the outfit and thanked the designer for her time and effort. The letter bears the logo of Kensington Palace and personalized by Middleton by writing “Dear Khadijah” and signing her full name “Catherine” in cursive.

Kate Middleton at Peterley Manor Farm on December 4, 2019 in Great Missenden, England. | Photo: Getty Images

Kate Middleton at Peterley Manor Farm on December 4, 2019 in Great Missenden, England. | Photo: Getty Images

IN AWE OF KATE'S THOUGHTFULNESS

Shah said the note was very heartwarming and that it left her in awe of how thoughtful the royal is, as reported by PEOPLE.

On Twitter, the designer wrote that she was delighted to have been considered by the royal to design her outfits. She wrote:

“However what’s most commendable is the consideration, grace and thoughtfulness of HRH the Duchess Catherine, it is no wonder that she is so respected and beloved.”

ACCLAIMED DESIGNER

Established in 2006, Élan is known for its intricately detailed and luxurious evening and bridal wear and tastefully body-conscious silhouettes, as stated on its website.

The fashion powerhouse has quite a following on Instagram at nearly one million followers.

Like their parents, Prince George and Princess Charlotte have also been delighting Royal onlookers with their fashion styles.

EMBRACING THE LOCAL CULTURE

Kate and Prince William wore traditional garments as they embraced the local culture of Pakistan, with the duchess donning the shalwar kameez, a tunic-like top over trousers, on several occasions throughout the tour.

The royal couple’s five-day royal tour of Pakistan was the British royal family’s first official visit to the country in 13 years, as reported by Town and Country.

The jam-packed visit saw the Duchess of Cambridge changing outfits multiple times a day.

Like their parents, Prince George and Princess Charlotte have also been delighting Royal onlookers with their fashion styles.

The young royals were head-turners during the most recent royal wedding – that of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank.

George and Charlotte were the pageboy and bridesmaid of the new couple. They walked down the aisle of St. George Chapel in Windsor Castle, England, along with their dad’s cousin, Princess Eugenie, during the ceremony.

The siblings, along with other children, were transformed into tiny angels with uniforms designed by Amalia Rita from Amaya Kids.

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