Duchess of Cambridge debuted another Traditional Look for Day 2 of Pakistan visit

Duchess of Cambridge debuted another Traditional Look for Day 2 of Pakistan visit

Duchess of Cambridge wore Maheen Khan Tunic and Trouser in Pakistan
Govt of Pakistan Twitter

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge started the day 2 of the Pakistan tour with a visit to the Islamabad Model College for Girls. William and Catherine arrived in Pakistan on Monday night and were received by Pakistan’s Foreign Affairs Minister, his wife and British High Commissioner to Pakistan Thomas Drew.

 

As expected the itinerary of the day was released in the early morning that showed a busy day for the royal couple. William and Catherine visited the Islamabad Model College for Girls in the capital city of Pakistan, Islamabad to highlight higher education for girls.

 

The Palace said, “The outing was their first opportunity to meet “young Pakistanis, and hear more about their aspirations for the future, which is one of the couple’s hopes for their tour of the country”.

Emily Andrews on Twitter

Islamabad Model College is a chain of colleges in Islamabad, Pakistan established in 1967 and the Model college for girls is the oldest girls institution in Islamabad established in 1978.

Duke and Duchess of Cmbridge visited Islamabad Model College for Girls during Pakistan visit
Kensington Palace Twitter

The school is run by the government for disadvantaged 4 to 18-year-old girls who are all benefiting from the ‘Teach for Pakistan’ programme, a fast-track teacher training programme modelled on the success UK’s Teach First scheme. The royal couple learned how a UK project is helping to get teachers into the poorest schools.

Duke and Duchess of Cmbridge visited Islamabad Model College for Girls during Pakistan visit
Kensington Palace Twitter

William and Catherine joined kindergarten, Grade 4 and A-level students to see how they are benefiting from the Teach For Pakistan.

Duke and Duchess of Cmbridge visited Islamabad Model College for Girls during Pakistan visit
Kensington Palace Twitter

Teach for Pakistan’ programme is helping to recruit and encourage graduates and professionals from various fields to become teachers. Focusing on schools in disadvantaged areas, the program aims to reduce inequality in education.

Duke and Duchess of Cmbridge visited Islamabad Model College for Girls during Pakistan visit
Kensington Palace Twitter

49% of girls are out of school in Pakistan. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s engagement at Islamabad Model College was champion the importance of quality education, and how girls benefit from pursuing higher education and professional career.

Duke and Duchess of Cmbridge visited Islamabad Model College for Girls during Pakistan visit
Kensington Palace Twitter

From People’s Report,

Access to quality education, particularly to girls and young women is one of the U.K.’s top priorities in Pakistan,” the couple’s spokesman said ahead of the royal tour. Area education officer Mohammed Sohailkhan also echoed those sentiments to reporters on Tuesday, noting that the quality of education, particularly for girls, varied across the country.

In recent years there has been gradual progress in understanding how important education is for girls and young women. There is a realization of what it can mean in terms of jobs and prospects,” he said. “I can’t paint you an entirely rosy picture. It does still fluctuate wildly, particularly in rural regions, where there has traditionally been cultural barriers towards this, notably in terms of sending girls away to college. But these barriers are slowly being broken down.”

Duchess of Cambridge wore Maheen Khan Tunic and Trouser in Pakistan
Govt of Pakistan Twitter

The royal couple pulled up tiny chairs to sit and introduced themselves to the pupils in the classroom at the school.

 

William and Catherine leaving the school after the first engagement of the day.

Duchess of Cambridge wore Maheen Khan Tunic and Trouser in Pakistan

The next stop on the itinerary was Margalla Hills at Margalla Hills National Park in Islamabad.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridgde visited Margalla Hills
Wikipedia

The Hills that dates back to the Miocene epoch, forms the foothills of the Himalayas, along with Shakarparian Park and Rawal Lake. Margalla Hills is a tourist destination and are full of hiking trails that snake their way up ridgetops and down through forested valleys. The park is rich in biodiversity, especially rich in Sino-Himalayan fauna, most notably grey goral, barking deer and the Leopard.

Richard Palmer Twitter

At the hills, William and Catherine helped schoolchildren to set up the Leopard Camera Trap at Margalla Hills.

Duke and Duchess of Cmbridge visited Margalla Natioanl ParkPakistan visit
Kensington Palace Twitter

They joined a gathering of children from four different schools taking part in a number of activities to show Pakistan’s effort to meet sustainable development goals at Margallah Hills National Park.

A video of the visit.

Duke and Duchess of Cmbridge visited Margalla Natioanl ParkPakistan visit

The royal couple learned about conservation and pollution at the National Park. There is a campsite at the Hills where school kids regularly meet and camp. Emily Andrews on Twitter reported, “one kid said they expected “the Prince & princess to be in crowns and tiaras” but they were “very humble”.

A video of the school visit.

Duchess of Cambridge blue kurta and trouser by Maheen Khan on Day 2 of Pakistan visit
Richard Palmer on Twitter

For day 2, Duchess was in full traditional attire. She wore a periwink silk blue Kurti and straight salwar paired with a two-tone dupatta from Karachi based Pakistani designer Maheen Khan who designed dresses for Benazir Bhutto, Jemima Khan, Ghinwa Bhutto, Princess Sarvath al-Hassan and Princess Salimah Aga Khan.

Ian Vogler

The knee-length kurta featured a vee-cut on the round neckline, wrist length loose sleeves, white hand-embroidery on the front. The trouser was a straight cut fitted pant style salwar. Known as the Coco Chanel of the East Maheen Khan is the brain behind The Embroidery House, Maheen and Gulabo and was one of the predicted designers, we thought Duchess will wear during the tour. Maheen Khan did the embroidery work for Catherine Walker until the British Designer died.

Duke and Duchess of Cmbridge visited Margalla Natioanl ParkPakistan visit
Kensington Palace Twitter

The Pakistani designer posted Twitter, “My team is proud to have worked on the Periwinke silk outfit for the Duchess. Thank you .it is an honour to have been asked to create this outfit for the duchess”. Laaleen Sukhera on Twitter revealed that she recently interviewed the Pakistani designer who has an embroidery house in the UK that has worked on Cinderella (Prince Charming’s coat) & Maleficent.

Duchess of Cambridge wore Zeen Beaded Chandelier earrings for Pakistan arrival
Zeen Beaded Chandelier earrings

It looks like Catherine repeated her Zeen Beaded Chandelier earrings that she wore last night with her Catherine Walker Tunic and Trouser.

Duchess of Cambridge wore Asos New Look Wide Fit faux suede low block heeled shoes in tan in Pakistan
Asos New Look Wide Fit faux suede low block heeled shoes in tan

Duchess paired the outfit with New Look Wide Fit faux suede low block heeled shoes in tan. Id by Carly from KateMiddStyle on Twitter. The wide-fit ankle strap pumps feature a pointed-toe shape and block heel. The $44.45 pumps are available online in all sizes. They are also available in black.

Russell & Bromley Xpresso Blush Suede Crossover Flat
Russell & Bromley Xpresso Blush Suede Crossover Flat

For the Hills visit, Duchess swapped her shoes with Russell & Bromley Xpresso Blush Suede Crossover Flat that she debuted during India and Bhutan visit in 2016.

Kensington Palace Twitter

Later in the day, Royal couple will be meeting Pakistan’s President Arif Alvi and will have lunch with Prime Minister Imran Khan. Then William and Catherine will meet with the British High Commission’s staff. The meeting is private and maybe we will see one or two photographs released later on. In the evening, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be attending a reception hosted by the British High Commissioner Thomas Drew at National Monument. The Pakistan Monument is a national monument and heritage museum located on the western Shakarparian Hills in Islamabad, Pakistan.


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Duchess of Cambridge kick-started Pakistan Visit in Traditional and Elegant Style

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived in Pakistan. Duchess of Cambridge is wearing a Catherine Walker Suit

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived in Pakistan. Duchess of Cambridge is wearing a Catherine Walker Suit
Kensington Palace Twitter

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge today arrived in Pakistan for their first visit to the commonwealth Country. William and Catherine will be staying in Pakistan until October 18. The Palace described the tour as “The most complex tour undertaken by The Duke and Duchess to date, given the logistical and security considerations“.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived in Pakistan. Duchess of Cambridge is wearing a Catherine Walker Suit
UKPTI

The couple landed at the Pakistani Air Force Base Nur Khan, in Rawalpindi, this evening after an almost 8 hours long flight, where they were received by Pakistan’s Foreign Affairs Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi his wife Mehriene Quershi and Britain’s High Commissioner to Pakistan, Thomas Drew. Mr Quershi did his Master’s Degree at St. Mary’s College at the University of Cambridge.

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Duke and Duchess were welcomed by the Presidential Guard of Honours and received a beautiful bouquet of flowers upon arrival from two adorable kids dressed up in traditional attires.  From Daily Mail, “William was expected to spend the evening working on a major speech to be delivered tomorrow in which he is set to highlight the ‘unique bonds’ between the two countries, particularly the 1.5 million people of Pakistani origin living in the UK.”

 

British High Commissioner yesterday took to the Twitter and posted a short video about what to expect on this tour and talked about the buzz and excitement of the tour.

 

The royal couple travelled in the Royal Air Force’s Voyager aircraft A330 with an entourage of 14, that includes their private secretaries Simon Case and Catherine Quinn and communications secretary Christian Jones. Another four members of the communications team, two assistant private secretaries, two programme coordinators, a PA are with them. An orderly and a hairdresser is also part of the team.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived in Pakistan. Duchess of Cambridge is wearing a Catherine Walker Suit
The Royal Family Twitter

Richard Palmer reported yesterday, “William and Kate still ensured that their departure from RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire for an air force base in Rawalpindi was timed to allow them to drop their two older children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, off at their private school in Battersea, south London, yesterday morning. Aides confirmed that the departure time had been set with the school run in mind before their RAF A330 Voyager plane set off for Nur Khan Pakistani Air Force Base, close to the capital, Islamabad.”

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived in Pakistan. Duchess of Cambridge is wearing a Catherine Walker Suit
Govt of Pakistan Twitter

The Palace said, “the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will see the modern, leafy capital Islamabad, the vibrant city of Lahore, the mountainous countryside in the North, and the rugged border regions to the West during the tour”. ITV gave a background of the tour in its report,

” why Pakistan? Its name might mean ‘Land of the Pure’ but there is no doubt this is a country facing some challenges. Situated with India to its west and Afghanistan and Iran to its East, security and stability are among the main problems facing Pakistan. William and Kate will be shown Pakistan’s border region with Afghanistan which is home to a number of fighters loyal to al-Qa’ida. And there will be some tricky diplomatic moments for the couple to navigate.

As ever, Royal Tours are conducted ‘at the request of the Foreign Office’ – and given Pakistanis are the single largest minority ethnic group in the UK, the government is hoping the visit will strengthen what diplomats call the ‘people to people’ ties between countries.”

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived in Pakistan. Duchess of Cambridge is wearing a Catherine Walker Suit
UKPTI

Even though the security concerns are high (some 1000 security officials will be working round the clock during the couple’s 5-days long visit), but there is no doubt about the buzz and excitement in Pakistan. The government, social and local authorities and the public have been preparing for the most anticipated visit. Twitter showed some great moments and artistical preparations.

Due to the security reasons, the palace will be announcing the visit itinerary on a day-to-day basis. So far we know that tomorrow William and Catherine will be meeting with Pakistan’s President Mr Arif Alvi. Later on, the royal couple will be officially welcomed by the Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan. Imran Khan was a good friend of William’s mother Diana, Princess of Wales. William and Catherine will visit the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital that Diana inaugurated in 1996. Then the couple will be undertaking few engagements in Islamabad before heading to Lahore for a day full of engagements on Wednesday.

A video of the arrival.

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For the arrival, as expected, Duchess of Cambridge wore a really elegant and traditional bespoke outfit. She was wearing a turquoise ombre print long flared full sleeve Kurti(Tunic) and a pant style Shalwar(Trouser). The ensemble is designed by one of her go-to British label Catherine Walker. It looks like the designer, Duchess and her stylist have done a great deal of research as the design of her outfit is a trendy style very popular among Indian and Pakistani ladies. The colour of the dress was standing out in the night.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived in Pakistan. Duchess of Cambridge is wearing a Catherine Walker Suit
Govt of Pakistan Twitter

The shirt has a cowl neckline and bottom of the shirt has pleat detailing and its fully lined in white. The sleeves of the shirt have long strings of a button with a small diamond-shaped cut at the end of the button strings. The cowl neckline is the subtle substitute of traditional Dupatta. The outfit was really stunning and suitable for the visit. As always Duchess nailed her style choice by giving detailed attention to the small element.

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The dress is not just a sartorial node to Pakistan’s Air Force (the colour matches with PAF’s flag as noted by KateMiddStyle on Twitter), it also brings back the memories of a visit William’s mother Diana made in 1996).

Duchess of Cambridge wore Zeen Beaded Chandelier earrings for Pakistan arrival
Zeen Beaded Chandelier earrings

Catherine paired her stunning outfit with Zeen Beaded Chandelier earrings. Thanks to UFONoMore for the quick id. The $10 earrings feature white and sea green beads embellished on golden material. The earrings are the second piece from the Pakistani Designer. Recently, Duchess wore their other design Zeen Dazzling Ceramic Drops during last week’s Aga Khan Center visit in London.

Duchess of Cambridge carried Zeen Cream Gleam Clutch in Pakistan
Zeen Cream Gleam Clutch

Duchess also debuted a clutch from same Pakistani label. She was carrying Zeen Cream Gleam Clutch.  (ID by Innominate on Twitter). The $29 box clutch is made of faux ivory leather and has satin finishing. It comes with a detachable chain and gold-tone top clasp.

Rupert Sanderson Malory Nude Pumps
Rupert Sanderson Malory Nude Pumps

Catherine was wearing her Rupert Sanderson Malory Nude Pumps.

Kensington Palace Instagram

Tomorrow will be a very busy day for the couple. I look forward to the itinerary for the day that is expected to be released in the early morning. I will leave you with this stunning shot captured by KP photographer Adam Vallance.


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Country Chic Duchess of Cambridge Started 2019 With a visit to the King Henry’s Community Garden

Duchess of Cambridge at KHWCG

Duchess of Cambridge at King Henry's Walk Community Garden
Kensington palace

The Duchess of Cambridge, Catherine, today undertook her first official engagement of 2019. She visited King Henry’s Walk Community Garden in Islington. King Henry’s Walk Garden, opened at the end of 2007, is an award-winning green space in the Mildmay ward of Islington, created by the local community, for the local community.

Duchess of Cambridge at King Henry's Walk Community Garden
MidMay on Twitter

After spending the Christmas break at their country residence Anmer Hall and first Sunday Church Service at Sandringham Estate with the Queen, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge returned to London last week just before Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s school opening and Catherine’s Birthday.

Duchess of Cambridge at King Henry's Walk Community Garden
Kensington palace

Duchess’ today’s visit was to highlight the great benefits of urban green spaces and services such as those provided by The Garden Classroom in terms of improving mental health and well being of young children. Ahead of the visit TGC welcomed the Duchess and tweeted:

Duchess of Cambridge visited King Henry's Walk Commnity Garden

The Garden Classroom is a charity and non-profit organisation that provide urban children and adults with transformative outdoor experiences devised to encourage active lifestyles, promote self-discovery, inspire growth and stimulate respect for nature.  TGC  started small, designing nature-learning sessions at King Henry’s Walk Garden in Islington for one local primary school. Learn more about The Garden Classroom here.

Duchess of Cambridge visited King Henry's Walk Commnity Garden
The Garden Classroom

What’s unique about The Garden Classroom is that they pop up in parks and gardens all over the borough, close to schools and offer high-quality interactive half or full-day sessions linked to the literacy, maths and science curriculum. Last year they provided more than 200 learning sessions for 30 schools and more than 6000 children and now operate in ten venues in Islington and Kent.

Duchess of Cambridge at King Henry's Walk Community Garden
Kensington palace

Duchess who turned 37 on last Wednesday, met the volunteers at King Henry’s Walk Community Garden to hear how the project brings people together through gardening and food growing. Catherine also met local residences to chat about their experiences of the garden. The project is one of the many other projects that will inspire her upcoming garden.

Duchess of Cambridge visited King Henry's Walk Commnity Garden
KHWGarden

This once derelict site has been transformed by volunteers into a beautiful organic garden, providing an opportunity for local residents to grow their own vegetables and flowers, or just to come and relax in a peaceful oasis. Run by volunteers, with support from Islington Council, the garden contains growing plots for cultivation by local residents, where the use of organic gardening methods helps to promote a diversity of plants and wildlife, and a full programme of education and events engages the whole community.   Learn more about the Garden Here.

Duchess of Cambridge at King Henry's Walk Community Garden
The RHS

Ahead of the visit, it was announced that the Duchess has co-designed a garden for the Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower Show that will be open from May 21 to 25 May this year. Catherine has designed ‘the RHS Back to Nature Garden‘ with award-winning Landscape Architects Andree Davies and Adam White, of Davies White Landscape Architects. The Garden is a woodland setting for families and communities, and encourages all generations, from all backgrounds, to connect with nature and enjoy growing plants for their health and wellbeing. Something core to the Society’s charitable work.

Duchess of Cambridge in gorgeous green Rochas Dress at the Chelsea Flower Show
KensingtonRoyal / Duchess at Chelsea Flower Show in 2017

The RHS said, “Duchess’ garden will be inspired by childhood memories that are triggered by the natural world, as well as special moments that will be created and treasured by families now and in the future”. A full announcement of the garden design by the Palace:

To highlight the benefits of the great outdoors and inspire children, families and communities to get back to nature, The Duchess of Cambridge, the Royal Horticultural Society and landscape architects Davies White have today announced that they will design and build the 2019 RHS Garden at the Chelsea Flower Show.

The garden will build on Her Royal Highness’s passion for the outdoors and the proven benefits that nature has on physical and mental health. The Duchess is a strong advocate for the positive impact that nature and the environment can have on childhood development, demonstrated by her longstanding support for organisations including the Scouts and Farms for City Children, as well as at more recent engagements to Sayers Croft Forest School and Wildlife Garden, the RHS Campaign for School Gardening, and her visit today [15th January] to Islington Community Garden.

Based on a woodland, the garden seeks to recapture for adults the sense of wonder and magic that they enjoyed as children, in addition to kindling excitement and a passion for nature in future generations. Wild planting and natural materials will be used to recreate a woodland wilderness where children and adults alike can feel closer to the great outdoors.

Her Royal Highness has worked in collaboration with the RHS and Davies White over the past three months and will continue to finalise the design ahead of the show in May. For over 200 years the RHS, which is the UK’s gardening charity, has been championing the power of gardening and growing plants for the environment, and for the health and wellbeing of people of all ages and backgrounds.

Duchess of Cambridge at King Henry's Walk Community Garden
The RHS

The design of the RHS Back to Nature Garden will be revealed in a press conference on February 11th. Continuing the collaboration and to engage even wider audiences, The Duchess of Cambridge and Davies White will be co-designing two further RHS Gardens, maintaining many of elements from the Garden at Chelsea, at RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival that will open from 2-7 July 2019 and RHS Garden Wisley in Surrey, which will open in the autumn later this year.

Duchess of Cambridge at King Henry's Walk Community Garden
Kensington palace

King Henry’s Walk Community Garden is part of the RHS’s Britain in Bloom campaign, ‘It’s Your Neighbourhood group’.  During today’s Catherine was shown some of the allotment plots at the Garden to see the impact that can be achieved in small scale plots.

Duchess of Cambridge at King Henry's Walk Community Garden
The RHS

She took part in a winter planting workshop, bird box building with the children from St Jude and St Paul’s CE Primary School, in the garden’s kitchen area. One of these bird boxes will be used in The Duchess’s upcoming Chelsea Garden.

Duchess of Cambridge at King Henry's Walk Community Garden
Rebecca English on Twitter

Duchess looking at the bee house.

Duchess of Cambridge at King Henry's Walk Community Garden
Kensington palace

Duchess, the mother of three, enjoyed a great time with children while making pizzas in Garden’s own outdoor pizza oven, using ingredients harvested from the garden including oregano, marjoram and rosemary. During pizza-making, Catherine told children that “George and Charlotte would love to be learning outside of the classroom. It’s still fun inside but it’s much better outside”.

Duchess of Cambridge at King Henry's Walk Community Garden
Rebecca English on Twitter

She said, “They would love to come and do this with you. They will be very sad that I’ve been out with you and they haven’t been here. They’re in school – George is learning about space. I think it’s one of the best things to make, pizza, it’s such fun.” One school girl asked whether the Queen had ever had pizza Duchess replied, “That’s such a good question I don’t know. Maybe next time I see her I’ll ask.”

Duchess of Cambridge at King Henry's Walk Community Garden
Kensington palace

Before leaving Duchess was presented with the jar of honey made from Garden’s bees.

Duchess of Cambridge at King Henry's Walk Community Garden
The Garden Classroom

Kyrah, a primary school student presented The Lost Words by Robert Macfarlane to the Duchess of Cambridge for her children. Its the book The Garden Classroom gave all Islington primary schools to celebrate it’s10th anniversary.

A fun video of the day by the Royal Family Channel.

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For the day, Duchess chose a country girl look. She was wearing Dubarry Bracken Tweed Jacket. Huge thanks to @PerthsFashion for the quick id. Catherine was seen wearing the jacket for the first time in December 2018 during a Christmas shopping spree.

Dubarry Bracken Tweed Jacket
Dubarry Bracken Tweed Jacket

The Dubarry Bracken Jacket, with its utility style design and tailored fit, offers a sleek and sophisticated look with a contemporary edge. The stand-up collar is on-trend and practical for days in the field, while the large pockets to the hips are a convenient place to keep your everyday essentials close at hand. Crafted from 100% wool with Teflon coating the jacket features funnel neck, zip detail at the cuff, loop and button front fastening. An Alcantara provides comfort and warmth around the neckline and a beautiful design feature on the cuff.

Dubarry Bracken Tweed Jacket
Dubarry Bracken Tweed Jacket

A closer look at the fabric and detailing.  The £399 jacket is now available for £279.30 at Outdoor and Country, Country Ways, Dubarry Official store, and William Powell.

Dubarry Bracken Tweed Jacket
Dubarry Bracken Tweed Jacket

Duchess paired the tweed jacket with her Zara Skinny Mid-Rose Trousers that we last saw in 2016 during Canada Tour.

Zara Skinny Mid-Rose Trousers
Zara Skinny Mid-Rose Trousers

on Twitter suggested that Catherine might be wearing J. Crew Mockneck sweater in supersoft yarn. The Marino wool sweater with a mock neck and fitted silhouette is available on an official online store for $79.50 in 12 different shades.

J. Crew Mockneck sweater in supersoft yarn
J. Crew Mockneck sweater in supersoft yarn

Another look at the sweater. The Sweater is described as, “This cosy and flattering mock neck sweater feels as good as it looks, thanks to a crazy-soft blend of yarns. This is the one you’ll want to wear every single day “.

J. Crew Mockneck sweater in supersoft yarn
J. Crew Mockneck sweater in supersoft yarn

The new piece of today’s look was See by Chloe Leather-trimmed suede ankle boots. The shoes are described as, “See By Chloé’s combat-style ankle boots are perfect for balancing the prettiness of floral dresses and floaty skirts. Made from dark-brown suede, they have tonal leather trims and logo-embossed heel tabs, and are set on a chunky tread sole.”

See by Chloe Leather Trimmed Suede Ankle Boots
See by Chloe Leather-Trimmed Suede Ankle Boots

The dark brown suede and leather boots feature 1.5-inch heel with lace-up front. They were originally sold for $445 and now on 40% OFF and available for $267.

Duchess of Cambridge Kiki Lauren Yellow Gold Pavé Diamond Leaf Earrings
Kiki Lauren Yellow Gold Pavé Diamond Leaf Earrings

Catherine finished her look with Kiki Lauren Yellow Gold Pavé Diamond Leaf Earrings.

Tomorrow the Duchess of Cambridge will visit the Costume Department of the Royal Opera House.

 

 

 

 


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