The Duchess of Cambridge looked so chic on Tuesday morning as she headed to the official residence of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, looking like a dream in green! Kate wore white trousers by Maheen Khan and a tunic by one of her favourite high-end designers Catherine Walker. She accessorised with a scarf by Satrangi and earrings by Zeen. We loved her hairstyle too - the royal decided to change from her signature bouncy blow-dry to a chic half-up, half down style. Wow! William looked suave; suited and booted in a navy blue suit. Speaking of William, the royal knows the PM well - he used to play cricket with him as a young boy.
Kate looked incredible in her Catherine Walker tunic and Maheen Khan trousers
It has been a busy day for the royal couple. Their action-packed schedule began at a school in central Islamabad, the capital city of Pakistan. Kate greeted children wearing a periwinkle kurta - a loose collarless shirt worn in many regions of South Asia - with hand-embroidered detailing, which she teamed with matching trousers, and a scarf, all created by local designer Maheen Khan.
Kate's hair was in a chic half-up, half-down style
She completed her look with suede, low-block heeled shoes in tan from New Look, which cost her just £23.99! Amazing, right? Although the shade has since sold out, you can pick up the black or navy version online now.
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Soon after, Kate and William visited the Margalla Hills, in the foothills of the Himalayas. The 37-year-old kept her blue kurta on, but ditched her nude New Look heels for something a little more comfortable: low flats by Russell & Bromley. Known as the 'Xpresso Blush Suede Crossover Flat' these are sadly a pass season buy, costing £185 at the time of purchase. Keeping things simple, she stuck to a classic beauty look with her trademark blow-dry, glowing skin, subtle smokey eyes and pale lipstick.
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