Choosing the best outfit for Kate Middleton during a 5-day tour in Pakistan

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Today, October 18, Kate Middleton and Prince William completed their 5-day tour of Pakistan. During this time, they managed to visit the Islamabad Model College for Girls, Margalla Hills National Park,
Gala reception on behalf of the High Commissioner of Great Britain,
the Hindu Kush mountain range, as well as meet with Pakistani President Arif Alvi and dine with Prime Minister Imran Khan. We invite you to see what the Duchess of Cambridge wore during the official tour and vote for the best outfit.

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On the first day of his stay in Pakistan, Kate Middleton delighted fans with fashionable images. The Duchess began her 5-day tour with a blue Catherine Walker dress with draped neckline.

Kate Middleton in Pakistan Kate Middleton in Pakistan © gettyimages.com

Later that day, she visited the Islamabad Model College for Girls, a public school for disadvantaged children aged 4 to 18 years. The Duchess wore a blue outfit from the local brand Maheen Khan with embroidered neckline and ZEEN earrings.

Kate Middleton in Pakistan Kate Middleton in Pakistan © gettyimages.com

To meet with Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, Kate Middleton opted for a bright green Catherine Walker tunic and white Maheen Khan trousers, and Satrangi woven silk scarf draped over one shoulder completed the look.

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One of the most memorable images of the Duchess was her appearance at a gala evening hosted by the High Commissioner of Great Britain. They looked amazing in an emerald floor-length dress from Jenny Packham, embroidered with sequins.

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On the third day of the tour, Kate Middleton and Prince William visited the Hindu Kush mountain range, where they met with search and rescue units and toured the retreating glacier to learn about climate changes in the region. The Duchess wore a midi-length brown skirt, dark shirt, leather vest and black Wild Clothing suede boots.

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The dukes spent the entire fourth day in Lahore. There they visited a children's village and even played cricket. For such an active day, the wife of Prince William preferred the traditional Pakistani clothing shalwar-kamiz of the local brand Gul Ahmed Fashion, worth $ 24. The snow-white tunic of the Duchess of Cambridge was embroidered with white flowers of jasmine – the national flower of Pakistan. The image was complemented by a Maheen Khan shawl, body shoes and a clutch from Mulberry, as well as Asprey earrings.

Kate Middleton in Pakistan Kate Middleton in Pakistan © gettyimages.com

On the last day of their visit, the couple arrived at Badshahi Mosque, where she took part in discussions with religious leaders to understand how they promote interfaith harmony in their communities. Kate was wearing a turquoise shawlar-kamiz from Maheen Khan with gold geometric embroidery, as well as a scarf.

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For the flight from Lahore to Islamabad, the Duchess wore a white tunic from Pakistani label Élan, white trousers from GulAhmed Fashion and a Maheen Khan scarf. Beige J.Crew pumps, a Smythson bag, and Simple Filigree earrings complemented the look.

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The final day of the 5-day tour of Pakistan ended with a visit to the Army Dog Training Center in Islamabad, which was modeled on the training center for animal welfare in the UK in Melton Mowbray. Knight Middleton's last outing was remembered for a black coat from Beulah London, which she wore over a white tunic and white trousers from Russell & Bromley.

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Which Kate Middleton outfit do you like most?

Catherine Walker dress in blue Maheen Khan brand dress in blue with embroidered neckline Bright green tunic Catherine Walker Emerald floor dress by Jenny Packham Brown midi skirt, dark shirt and white leather vest Gul Ahmed Fashion brand white shawl-camis Maheen Khan turquoise shawl-camis with gold geometric embroidery White Élan label tunic and white trousers Black coat from Beulah London vote

Earlier we wrote TOP-7 images of Kate Middleton.

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