Royal Visit Pakistan Day 3
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WILLIAM AND CATHERINE OFFICIAL VISIT TO PAKISTAN – DAY 3

The Duke and The Duchess of Cambridge are undertaking an official visit to Pakistan between Monday, October 14 and Friday, October 18, at the request of The Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



Wednesday 6, October

Chitral Airport

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge traveled to the Hindu Kush mountains in northern Pakistan.

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They arrived at Chitral Airport, where The Duchess received a regimental cap of the Chitral Scouts and a shawl.

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Prince William was given a traditional cloak.

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First they visited Chiatibo Glacier in Broghil National Park to see devastating effects of climate change. They were shown how the glacier has retreated rapidly in recent years due to global warming.

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The Cambridge’s visited the Chiatibo glacier in the Hindu Kush mountain range. They spoke with a an expert about how climate change is impacting glacial landscapes.

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A general view of the Chiatibo glacier.

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Chitral Valley

After that, The Royal Couple travelled to Bumburet, in the Chitral District of Khyber-Pakhunkwa Province, to see the impact of flash flooding on local villages and also spoke to members of the local emergency response team.

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Prince William and The Duchess of Cambridge walk amongst flood damaged ruins in the Village of Bumburet.

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The Duke and The Duchess met with the locals whose community was devastated during flooding in 2015.

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The royal couple speak to emergency response team.

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Visit to Kalash Community

Later, The Duke and The Duchess visited a Kalash community, indigenous people residing, in the Chitral District of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan.

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William was given a traditional Chitrali hat and The Duchess received an orange beaded headress with a pink feather.

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The Royal Couple were treated to a performance with traditional dance and music and learned about culture of Kalash people.

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After the performance, William and Catherine toured the Village.

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Duchess of Cambridge Outfit Details

The Duchess wore a new shirt-dress by Mint Velvet, new skirt, and new belt.

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The Duchess dressed for the mountains today as she and William visited Himalayan communities in north Pakistan. While it appears The Duchess had on a shirt, it turns out it is a dress by @mintvelvet — the Chocolate Utility Shirt Dress which sells for £69 down from £99 at John Lewis and Mint Velvet. Kate either had it shortened or simply wore it under the seperate lighter brown midi skirt. It features utilitarian details such as buttoned epaulettes, front flap pockets and cuff tabs. (Thank you to Bojana for finding it!) At this stage, her new belt, dupatta/scarf and midi skirt remain a mystery. I will update this post if any are identified. The Duchess had on her @reallywildclothing nubuck leather shooting waistcoat which we have seen her wearing a couple of times. (No longer available) She also had on her Really Wild Clothing Spanish Boots in Chocolate Suede which are £315. The Duchess wore new earrings by British label @missomalondon today. They are the Gold Zenyu Chandelier Hoops (18ct gold plated) and are £95.83. (Thanks to Emily for finding them!) “The Zenyu Chandelier Hoops echo Colombia’s rich artistry and heritage with a modern edge. Bobble-trimmed charms are suspended from dainty hoops in a brushed-gold finish.” Tomorrow the couple are visiting Lahore. ??

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She wore her Really Wild shooting gillet and her Really Wild suede boots.

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Catherine debuted new Missoma earrings.

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