Kate Middleton and Prince William, 38, stepped out in Islamabad as they end their five day royal tour of Pakistan. The Duchess wore a fitted black blazer which fastened at the waist in her most modern look of the trip. The couple were spotted walking dogs as they visited the Army Canine Centre today. At the centre, dogs are trained in a special programme which helps them identify explosive devices.
The mum-of-three showed her love of animals as she was spotted playing with the dogs at the centre.
Opting for a smart monochrome look, Kate paired the long blazer with a white tunic and the same white cigarette trousers she has worn previously on the trip.
The fitted coat was her most revealing look of the tour as she has been respecting the conservative traditions in the country and wearing loose clothing.
Although she was still covered up, the fitted blazer was buttoned in the middle and showed off the royal’s tiny waist.
It had a fit and flare design and the garment cut off just below the knee.
Kate wore it over a loose white tunic which had a square neckline and split down the side.
The Duchess concealed her legs by wearing the smart trousers and she opted for comfort with a pair of black strappy sandals.
She chose not to wear much jewellery and only sported a pair of patterned gold earrings.
After visiting the Army Canine Centre, Kate and William were seen boarding a plane as they left Islamabad.
Kate wore her second monochrome outfit of the day after stepping out this morning in an oversized white kaftan.