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Kate Middleton's wardrobe for Pakistan tour is earning her new fans

Kate Middleton's wardrobe for Pakistan tour is earning her new fans
Prince William and wife Kate Middleton are on an official tour in Pakistan Photograph:( AFP )

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William, and Kate Middleton are in Pakistan for a 5-days visit and while the trip marks the prosperous relationship between Britain and Pakistan, its the Duchess who is earning maximum praises for her wardrobe choices.

Fans in Pakistan have been lauding Kate's subtle nod to the countries customs and traditions. The Duchess arrived on Monday with her husband dressed in a traditional Anarkali style tunic and straight pants.

The Twitterati in Pakistan was quick to point out that the Duchess of Cambridge was wearing an outfit that was similar to what her mother-in-law Princess Diana chose to wear when she visited the country in 1996.

Princess Diana on her solo visit to Pakistan in 1996 had worn a light blue kurta and pants.

"Similarity of Princess Diana`s visit to Pakistan and now her daughter-in-law Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton`s visit. Look at Royalty and Grace," wrote one Twitter user tweeting pictures of Kate and Princess Diana.

Others thought her outfit gave the traditional attire of the country- the humble salwar-kameez, a modern twist.

On Day 2 of the royal tour, Duchess Kate visited a school in Islamabad, wearing a gorgeous embroidered blue salwar kameez by Pakistani designer Maheen Khan with a stole that that asymmetrical end.

Later in the day, as she went to meet the heads of the state- the President of the country Dr Arif ALi and the PM, Imran Khan- she slipped into a green dress-tunic with white pants and green stole/dupatta.

At night, both the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge changed into formal wear for a reception hosted by the British High Commissioner in Pakistan, Thomas Drew, at the National Monument in Islamabad.

The royal couple arrived in style in a tuk-tuk and while William wore a sherwani, Kate chose a floor-length green gown and accessorized her look with a dupatta.

Most Pakistani fans of the couple thanked them for paying tribute to Pakistan's national dress and their culture.

The couple is on a five-day visit to the country.

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Most Pakistani fans of the couple thanked them for paying tribute to Pakistan's national dress and their culture.

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