The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge traveled to Chitral on Wednesday and were presented with several meaningful gifts upon arrival. Kate, 37, was given a traditional Chitrali hat with a large feather sticking out. Traditionally men wear the hat, but as a special guest, Kate donned the bold look.
Coincidentally, the late Princess Diana wore a nearly identical accessory during a 1991 trip.
The Duchess of Cambridge wears traditional hat similar to Diana's on Pakistan royal tour.#RoyalVisitPakistan
In addition to the hat, the couple were also gifted with traditional shawls and William, 37, was given an embroidered cloak. But perhaps the most meaningful gift was a book of photographs of Diana from her 1991 visit to the region.
William and Kate received an official welcome to Chitral and were presented with a book of photographs of Diana, Princess of Wales’ visit to the region in 1991. Kate was given a regimental cap of the Chitral Scouts and a shawl, William an embroidered cloak #RoyalVisitPakistanpic.twitter.com/sLJ1AzHlXn