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Prince William and Kate Middleton Pakistan Royal Tour Photos

Prince William and Kate Middleton Wrap Up Their Pakistan Tour by Playing With Dogs

Prince William and Kate Middleton Pakistan Royal Tour Photos

Prince William and Kate Middleton's royal tour of Pakistan has officially come to an end. The five-day trip kicked off on Monday, and the pair were very busy. They were all smiles as they touched down at Pakistani Air Force Base Nur Khan in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, on Monday afternoon. Will looked dapper in a navy suit, while Kate donned a gorgeous blue ombré dress and matching pants as she happily accepted flowers from two young royal admirers.

Since their first appearance on the tarmac, it has become very clear that the royal pair have taken fashion cues from the location, with a wardrobe that combines tradition with modernity. On Tuesday evening, they arrived at the Pakistan Monument in Islamabad wearing complementary green ensembles — the duke in a sherwani (a traditional coat-like garment), and Kate in a gorgeous, embellished, floor-length gown by British designer Jenny Packham.

During a visit to the mountains on Wednesday, they donned headdresses as they enjoyed a celebration by the Kalash people who live in the area. On Thursday, Kate and William visited the SOS Children's village, then the duchess was all smiles while playing a friendly round of cricket in Lahore at the National Cricket Academy. William and Kate concluded their tour on Friday by visiting the Army Canine Centre, where they played with a bunch of adorable dogs.

During the five-day trip, the duke and duchess of Cambridge made various appearances in Islamabad, Lahore, the Western border, and the mountains in the North. Though their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, sat this trip out, William and Kate shared plenty of sweet moments together. Keep reading for more pictures from their tour, and get the details on all of Kate's looks.

— Additional reporting by Ange Law

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