The Princess of Wales, Kate Middleton repeated her iconic Élan outfit from 2019 Pakistan tour during a fundraiser at the Hayes Muslim Center in London.
The Duchess of Cambridge and her husband, Prince William thanked aid workers and fundraisers who are working to provide relief to those affected by the devastating earthquake in Turkey and Syria.
Kate Middleton was spotted wearing the black and white floral dupatta as a headscarf. She paired it with a tailored black Catherine Walker coat, with a matching pleated dress, opaque black tights, and suede pointy-toe pumps.
The outfit rekindled fond memories of the Royal family’s visit to Pakistan, with many on social media appreciating Kate Middleton for wearing the Pakistani designer outfit once again.
It shouldn’t come as a surprise as Kate personally penned a “Thank You” note to designers who worked on her Pakistan tour outfits.
During the visit, Kate spoke with the different charity workers who returned from Turkey. She and Prince William voiced their support for the appeal, tweeting:
We have been horrified to see the harrowing images coming out of Turkey and Syria in the aftermath of the earthquakes this week. Our thoughts are with the communities affected and we are pleased to support the Disasters Emergency Committee campaign which will aid the response on the ground.
Kate is known for her chic and elegant style, and her decision to wear a headscarf today shows her ability to adapt her style to different cultures and occasions.
She has always been mindful of cultural sensitivities during her royal duties, and her outfit today was a testament to her respect for the Muslim community.