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Kate Middleton wore a firm favourite brand of the royal today in Pakistan.

The Duchess of Cambridge’s dress was by Jenny Packham, a British designer.

She and Prince William visited the National Monument, arriving in a Tuk Tuk.

The Prince was a traditional Sherwani for the event.

Kate’s dress is green, a national colour of the country.

The garment had long sleeves and a matching scarf draped over the Duchess’s shoulder.

She wore earrings from Onitaa, a South Asian luxury couture label.

This new look is the latest in the traditional garments Kate Middleton has worn in Pakistan.

Earlier today she wore a blue kurta to Margella Hill.

She wore the traditional ensemble for the occasion, including a royal blue kurta with matching trousers and a blue scarf, believed to be from local designer, Maheen Khan.

The loose kurta was in a flattering royal blue shade and had long flared sleeves.

Kate’s design had a v-neckline which was decorated with a white floral pattern around the seam.

Kate’s dress is green, a national colour of the country.

The garment had long sleeves and a matching scarf draped over the Duchess’s shoulder.

She wore earrings from Onitaa, a South Asian luxury couture label.

Yesterday Kate Middleton channelled Princess Diana in a bespoke shalwar kameez. 

The Duchess of Cambridge looked beautiful in the blue ombre gown.

According to one Twitter user, Kate is “wearing a teal-green traditionally inspired dress designed by Catherine Walker!!!”

One said of the dress: “Traditional yet contemporary silhouette. Very tasteful.

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