Islamabad: Wearing Pakistani traditional dresses, the royal couple visited Pakistan Monument Islamabad on rickshaw.
The Duchess of Cambridge dazzled in a bottle green evening gown as she and Prince William made an impressive entrance for the glittering reception in Islamabad tonight in a tuk tuk.
The Duke also wore an eye-catching black Sherwani – a long coat-like jacket that is knee length and usually worn for formal occasions or weddings – with matching trousers at the National Monument of Pakistan.
The couple drove up in the rickshaw decorated to mark the royal visit and fitted with lights ahead of the event hosted by British High Commissioner Thomas Drew for them to meet the great and the good of Pakistan society.
The second in line to the throne’s sherwani buttoned coat was by Karachi-based designer Naushemian, while Kate wowed in a Jenny Packham dress in the national colours of dark green and Onitaa earrings, sourced from Pakistan.