After the ceremony at Al Husseiniya Palace on Monday, Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton joined other dignitaries and royal couples for a grand reception. The Princess of Wales chose to wear a dress of her current color: pink. It is a fitted creation by the British Jenny Packham, with long sleeves and sparkling sequins. In her hands, Kate Middleton keeps a pink Prada clutch and at her feet, she opts for a pair of golden Gianvito Rossi pumps.
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The evening model seems to be particularly appreciated by the Princess of Wales. It has already been seen, in 2021, in a forest green version at the Royal Variety Performance. Two years earlier, it was in Pakistan, for a reception at the National Monument, that she wore the creation of Jenny Packham. A piece whose covering sleeves and length respect the modesty of dress of convenience in these two countries of the Middle East. And Kate Middleton always follows the rules to the letter, from head to toe.
Kate Middleton at a reception on the second day of their royal tour of Pakistan. (Islamabad, October 15, 2019.) Chris Jackson / Getty Images
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The dresscode of the reception imposing the wearing of the tiara to women, Kate Middleton opted for one of her favorite tiaras, which is also one of the most famous of Buckingham: the Lover's Knot, or the Knot of Lovers, in French. Created in 1914 by order of Queen Consort Mary, it has regularly been seen wearing Queen Elizabeth II's hair, then on Princess Diana's head. A subtle nod to her husband's late mother, and an elegant way to represent her kingdom.