Kate Middleton wows in Shalwar Kameez while visted Lahore

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The Stunning looks of Kate Middleton wearing Shalwar Kameez in the bustling city of Lahore

The duke and duchess of Cambridge tour to Pakistan in full swing, and on the fourth day Kate Middleton and Prince William visited city of Lahore. Kate Middleton was looking stunning in Teal Shalwar Kameez when she visited Badshahi mosque for a tour of the Holy site in Lahore with Prince William. The Royal couple looked incredible and in great spirit when they arrived in Badshahi Mosque.

 

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Shalwar kameez is the traditional combination dress worn by Pakistani women and men. Shalwar refers to the trousers whereas kameez is a long shirt or tunic worn with a dupatta which is a long scarf. Overall, it’s a very classy yet cosy combination that every women must have in her wardrobe.

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Princess Kate and Prince William tour was also a recap as duchess evokes memories of Diana. Kate Middleton late mother-in-law Princess Diana, who also visited Badshahi Mosque in 1991 chose to cover her head with dupatta in respect. Late Princess Diana wore similar traditional Pakistani Shalwar Kameez to those worn by Kate Middleton throughout to her trip so far.

 

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Modest Looks of Kate Middleton in Shalwar Kameez

Kate Middleton and Prince William took time out to play a friendly cricket match at the National Cricket Academy with the children’s in Lahore.They also met with Pakistani Legendary cricketers. Kate Middleton wore a Pakistani Dress white Kameez with chicken kari Embroidery all round and a trouser by Gul Ahmed with a Dupatta by Pakistani Designer Maheen Khan. Kate was looking beautiful and modest in traditional Pakistani dress.

 

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The duke and duchess of Cambridge later visited SOS Children’s village in Lahore, which is a charity organisation that supports and cares for over 150 children. The royal couple joined a Birthday Party for three children’s and sang ‘’Happy Birthday’’ to 12-year-old Iman, six-year-old Ibrahim and eight-year-old Daniyal. Kate started her speech in Urdu saying ‘’Assalam O Alaikum’’. Iman, Ibrahim aur Daniyal apni salgirah par bulane ka bohat shukrya. Kate wore a White traditional Shalwar Kameez and was looking stunning.

 

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Kate Middleton in a Teal Shalwar Kameez Dress

Kate Middleton chose a Teal Shalwar Kameez during the Royal Couples visit to the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital in Lahore, as part of the fourth day in Pakistan.

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A traditional Pakistani Dress Shalwar Kameez which was designed by Pakistani Fashion designer Maheen Khan. Her beautiful shalwar kameez included Gold Embroidery along the neckline with matching teal colour shalwar and a Dupatta with lace patti border. This was a perfect Dress choice for the Badshahi mosque and Children hospital visit in Lahore.

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital in Lahore. They met with Wafia, aged seven and spent time with other patients undergoing treatment. Seven-year-old Wafia pulled off the only tiara moment of William and Kate’s five-day tour of Pakistan when Wafia invited the royal couple to a tea party on her bed.

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The visit was a re-flash of William’s late mother Princess Diana, who twice visited the Shaukat Khanum hospital in the 1990s when it was being set up by former cricketer Imran Khan.

 

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Kate Middleton has so far opted for Pakistani traditional Shalwar Kameez on the five-day visit. We have seen Kate Middleton wore Green Shalwar Kameez when she visited Prime Minister Imran Khan at his official residence in Islamabad. The respect of Pakistani cultural and religious values by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge is amazing and appreciable.

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