During a recent visit to Pakistan, there was a lot of talk about Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton’s dresses.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Prince William and Kate Middleton visited Pakistan from October 14 to 18, during which the princess wore seven dresses designed by well-known fashion designer Khadija Shah.
According to sources, the princess was so impressed that she wrote a letter to designer Khadija Shah, writing that Kate liked her dress and would again visit Pakistan.
Khadija Shah, on her Twitter account shared a post citing letter written by Kate Middleton to her.
She wrote, “I was delighted to have even been considered, this is just humbling to a whole different level. However what’s most commendable is the consideration, grace and thoughtfulness of HRH the Duchess Catherine, it is no wonder that she is so respected and beloved.”
I was delighted to have even been considered, this is just humbling to a whole different level. However what’s most commendable is the consideration, grace and thoughtfulness of HRH the Duchess Catherine, it is no wonder that she is so respected and beloved @KensingtonRoyal pic.twitter.com/1rObILfmYR
— khadijah shah (@khadijah_shah) November 21, 2019
In her letter, Princess Kate thanked Khadija for making her visit to Pakistan a reason of joy, Princess said that Khadija and her team worked hard to design the dresses.
Earlier, Prince William and his wife, Kate Middleton reached Pakistan on a five-day official visit.
On their arrival at the airport, the British royal couple were given a red carpet welcome and the security forces’ squad presented a guard of honor.
The children dressed in traditional attire presented a bouquet to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
But, what was special about Kate Middleton’s dress, there is a lot of debate on social media regarding this.
Kate Middleton resembled Lady Diana, when she visited Pakistan in 2006.
The Duchess is known for her chic dress sense and her first outfit of the tour didn’t disappoint. She teamed her bespoke Catherine Walker dress and trousers with nude Rupert Sanderson heels, a matching clutch, and a pair of glittering drop-down earrings.