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Kate Middleton shows us how to go from a traditional ritual to a fun cricket game in a jiffy

Kate Middleton opts for two ethnic outfits as she further continues her Royal tour in Pakistan. Check it out
Kate Middleton shows us how to go from a traditional ritual to a fun cricket game in a jiffyKate Middleton shows us how to go from a traditional ritual to a fun cricket game in a jiffy
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The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton is currently on a Royal tour to Pakistan with Prince William and boy is she making heads turn! While being there, she continues to honour the traditions and customs of Pakistan as she dresses up in some of the most exquisite attires. While we have already seen a few of her ethnic looks, she continues to wear them and yesterday proved to be no different.

The Duchess opted for an elegant teal coloured salwar kameez with the kurta featuring gold embroideries in the front. She styled it with matching pants and a dupatta that was draped around her head. The attire was designed by  O'nitaa, which is a boutique based in London. This is not the first time that the Duchess chose for attire by O'nitaa, we previously saw her rocking a gorgeous blue kurta set on the same tour. She embraced the culture with the utmost respect and even sat on the floor during one of the rituals. 

The Duchess quickly moved on and changed into another kurta set for the cricket game. Prince William and Kate, both looked like they were having fun at the game. Kate made quite a statement as she changed into an all-white outfit by Gul Ahmed. The Duchess made quite a statement as she walked in wearing tan pumps but later changed them to opt for something more comfortable for the game giving ‘Cricket whites’ a whole new definition. 

Don’t you think it was a great transition from traditional rituals to a cricket game? Let us know in the comments section below. 

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