Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visited the Badshahi Mosque on Thursday (October 17) in Lahore, Pakistan.
The Badshahi Mosque is the most iconic Islamic site in Lahore, set in the heart of the Walled City.
Once again, Catherine stepped out looking stylish wearing another green shalwar kameez by Maheen Khan, paired with a matching headscarf.
The Duchess has made a point of sporting Pakistan fashions while on tour. And I feel like the repeat of green – which we all know is her favourite colour – is most likely in celebration of the Pakistan flag.
I had a conversation with someone on Instagram today who feels like Catherine’s looks are a little basic by local standards.
I have said that this week has been a huge education for me, with regards to these traditional dresses, but I also believe that if she is “playing it safe” it must be on purpose.
Anything too wildly extravagant, which isn’t her style anyway, may not have gone down too well with either the locals, or with the Daily Mail readers, who apparently know everything about royals.
Before their visit to the National Cricket Academy, and Badshahi Mosque, the Duke and Duchess flew into Lahore for their fourth day of their tour.
Her white shalwar kameez by Gul Ahmed looks pretty simple until you look notice the rich ivory embroidery which includes a jasmine flower which is the national flower of Pakistan.
The look was styled with a scarf, her trusty Mulberry clutch, and nude Gianvito Rossi pumps. I’m sure you’ll feel that the nude pumps work better here, than they have with other looks during this tour.
This white look proved to be both stylish and functional for the round of cricket she played with locals later in the day, where her pumps were swapped out for white plimsolls.