Kate Middleton Pays Tribute To Princess Diana; Begins Her Trip To Pakistan


Kate Middleton Pays Tribute To Princess Diana And Begins Her Trip To Pakistan

Today, Kate Middleton and Prince William landed in Pakistan and landed at the Pakistan Air Force Noor Khan base in Chaklala, Rawalpindi, and Punjab. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will tour the country for five days this week. On the first day, Middleton chose a special look: a band recalled the visit of Princess Diana to Pakistan in the 1990s.

The Duchess chose Catherine Walker’s gradient dress, one of her favorite designers, with matching pants underneath. The series seems to be inspired by Shalwar Kameez, a traditional Asian outfit made up of roofed trousers. The exterior is a set of light blue buttons worn by Diana in 1996 when she visited Pakistan. The narration and pants are very similar. Middleton created his own clothing by adding nude high heels.

This is not the first time that Middleton has paid tribute to Prince William’s Mother through fashion. This is a symbol of elegance in itself: some works of the late princess, such as her tear earrings, have appeared many red carpets for years. However, it turns out that today’s praise is thoughtful and surprising.

On Monday, when Prince William and Kate Middleton landed at the Nur Khan Air Force Base in Rawalpindi, the Duchess of Cambridge left the plane in a light blue dress and pants. The cynical choice was similar to that of her mother-in-law, Princess Diana, when she visited the country in 1996.

The watercolor of the Diana collection is almost the same, with buttons and white rudder in the middle. Both Middleton and Diana have long, proportionate trousers inspired by the traditional Shalwar Kameez. Many people took to Twitter to point out the uncanny resemblance of Diana with Kate.

Saba Ghani
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