Prince William and Kate Middleton have reached the National Monument in Islamabad to attend a dinner hosted by the British High Commissioner in Pakistan, hitched in a specially painted motor rickshaw. 

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge went on a five-day tour to Pakistan, hitched ina specially decorated motor rickshaw, featured with lights to arrive at the venue to attend the dinner.  

Kate Middleton dressed in a glittering emerald green grown paired with traditional hanging earrings as her ‘special dinner’ look, while Prince William dressed in a bandh-gala knee-length beautifully designed sherwani, which is usually worn by men for formal occasions of weddings – with matching trousers. The royal couple is looking quite unique and mesmerizing. 

Prince William and Kate also looked stunning, so did their vehicle, painted in all colors and printed over its body – quite attractive look.  

On the first day, both kicked off their official tour to Pakistan, started with a visit to a school in Islamabad to highlight the significance of education for young children. 

Complementing the Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William looked smart in a yet casual look, dressed in a light blue shirt and dark blue trousers. 

On Monday, the royal couple has arrived in Nur Khan Airbase, after which they were greeted by Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi and his wife, reported source.

The official visit was arranged at the request of the United Kingdom Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

It is the first royal tour to Pakistan since 2006 when the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall – Prince Charles and Camilla – traveled to Pakistan. 

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