The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge‘s royal tour in Pakistan is over. Of course, all eyes were on the beautiful Kate Middleton. Eventually, after the five day tour, Pakistan fell in love with Catherine. And so did we, with her shoes!
In a word, the Duchess of Cambridge said in a CNN interview that:
It’s been fantastic, we’ve seen a lot of Pakistan, a huge variety. It was amazing seeing some of the geographies, but then to see some of the community activities like this has been really special.
For instance, one of the places the royal couple visited was SOS Children’s village in Lahore, where over 150 young people live. Then, Catherine posted photos of this visit with a personal caption on Instagram:
The community at the SOS Village is built around family—and the best possible family you could imagine—where everyone comes together to nurture, love and protect the children in their care.
Furthermore, Prince William and Kate also paid a visit to the historic Badshahi Mosque and went to see a glacier in Chitral district. Last but not least, the two spent time with the sick children at the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital. The warm hearted Kate was compared to Princess Diana, who attended many of the same places in 1996.
As usual, during the royal visit in the commonwealth country Catherine looked stunning and appropriate at each appearance. Indeed, we couldn’t help ourselves and paid particular attention to her shoes. Moreover, if you obsess over footwear like we do, you’ll be happy to know that we found out where you can get them!
Here are the highlights of the royal tour in Pakistan.
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The turquoise outfit
Arriving in Pakistan, Kate Middleton came out of the plane in a turquoise outfit by Catherine Walker and Ruper Sanderson nude heels.
The Russel & Bromley crossover flats
During the second day of the couple’s visit, the Duchess wore a look by Pakistani designer Maheen Khan, paired with Russel & Bromley crossover flats in nude suede.
She wore the same cute flats, this time in black, to visit the Army Canine Centre in Islamabad.
The green tunic
For instance, for lunch with Prime Minister Imran Khan, Kate appeared in a green tunic by Catherine Walker and trousers by Maheen Khan with matching pumps.
The traditional Pakistani dress
The Duchess of Cambridge joined the game at the National Cricket Academy in Lahore dressed in a traditional Pakistani ensemble and White Hampton Canvas Plum Shoes.
Really Wild suede boots
Notwithstanding, our favourite look of the tour were these fabulous suede boots by Really Wild and her outfit in earthy colours. In fact, Kate wore it for a visit to the glacier in the Chitral District of Pakistan and the isolated communities that live nearby.
By carefully choosing her outfits and pairing them with her joyful smile, the Duchess of Cambridge, indeed, keeps winning people’s hearts wherever she goes.