The couple disembarked from a British Royal Air Force plane, after an eight-hour flight, at about 9.30pm at Nur Khan airbase in Rawalpindi.
Her husband Prince William, was also dressed smartly in a dark blue suit and blue tue to match. The guests thanked them and talked to them for a while.
With a series of security incidents in recent months, including a bombing outside a shrine in central Lahore, and an attack by armed militants on the Pearl Continental Hotel in Gwadar, Balochistan, the palace has made the decision to keep details of the Duke and Duchess's engagements undisclosed until the day.
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Kamille was wearing a pink t-shirt with a Minnie Mouse/leopard print design and leopard print shorts with yellow, white and blue hair bows.
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His wife, Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau, had been expected to introduce him but did not appear, local media reported. She won the riding in 2015 as a Liberal but crossed the floor to join the Conservative caucus in 2018.
The Duke and Duchess's visit to Pakistan has been described as their "most complex tour" with security a high priority for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. It is the first by members of the British royal family in more than a decade.
Excitement built up on Monday, with '#RoyalVisitPakistan' trending on Twitter and television stations airing footage from historic royal visits, including one by Prince William's grandmother Queen Elizabeth in 1961.
In 2006, the prince of Wales and the duchess of Cornwell, Charles and Camilla, visited Pakistan. They last visited Sweden and Norway in January 2018.
"The Government and the people of Pakistan warmly welcome the announcement of the Royal Visit by Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to Pakistan". What's been released to the public about their tour is that the places they'll visit "range from the modern, leafy capital of Islamabad to the vibrant city of Lahore, the mountainous countryside in the North, and the rugged border regions to the West".
At the time of their visit, their was also security risks including violence and a high threat of terrorism throughout the nation.