From aqua Catherine Walker to a cobalt blue kurta and scarf by Pakistani designer Maheen Khan, Kate Middleton has been hitting all the right fashion notes during her royal visit to Pakistan.
And while Kate had been wearing silky separates and ornate evening looks, for her latest excursion she took a more practical approach, and donned a brown shirt, skirt and leather gilet, and suede flat knee-high boots by brand Really Wild Clothing.
However, she continued her sartorial tribute to Princess Diana by wearing the exact same type of locally embroidered jacket and Chitrali hat worn by William's late mother when she first visited the region in 1991.
During the second full day of the couple’s royal visit, Kate and William travelled to northern Pakistan to the Hindu Kush mountain range in Chitral to witness a glacier melting to highlight climate change in the region.
Communities in the area have been subjected to devastating flash flooding caused by glaciers melting and the couple hope to highlight the effect of global warming while there.
Speaking during an event in Islamabad the night before, William spoke in detail about his interest in helping preserve the planet.
‘Whether in Pakistan or the UK or elsewhere on our planet – we face shared global challenges. The effects of climate change threaten the present and the future – and therefore demand a concerted effort by everyone,” he said.