Prince William and Kate Middleton headed to the mountains as they kicked off Day 3 of their Pakistan royal tour Wednesday.
Kate and William donned traditional Chitrali hats (called a Pakol) for the outing, with the couple being presented with the attire as they arrived in Chitral. They also wore shawls with traditional embroidery.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited local villages in Chitral valley, as well as Chiatibo Glacier, to see the devastating effects of climate change and global warming.
The pair’s engagement comes 18 years after William’s late mother Princess Diana visited Chitral during her first solo visit to Pakistan. She was also given a hat similar to the one Kate was pictured wearing.
William and Kate are in Pakistan for five days. They visited the Islamabad Model College for Girls Tuesday and attended a meeting with Pakistan President Arif Alvi at the Presidential Palace.