English regal couple – Prince William and Kate Middleton – landed in Pakistan on Monday night, starting a five-day visit that will concentrate on boosting ties and tending to difficulties, for example, environmental change.
The couple landed from a British Royal Air Force plane, following an eight-hour flight, at about 9.30pm at Nur Khan airbase in Rawalpindi.
They were welcomed by Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi and Britain’s emissary Thomas Drew, just as authorities of the Foreign Office and the British High Commission in Islamabad.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore a long light blue variety of the shalwar kameez, a dress or tunic worn over pants, Pakistan’s conventional national outfit that numerous via web-based networking media and in the design business had trusted she would wear during her visit. Sovereign William wore a naval force suit with a blue tie.