Royal Visit to Pakistan

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit Pakistan in the first official British royal visit to the country since 2006.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made a colourful entrance as they arrived by auto-rickshaw for a special reception hosted by the British High Commissioner to Pakistan in Islamabad.

Kate wore a glittering green dress and William a traditional sherwani suit for the event at the Pakistan Monument.

The royal pair are on a five-day tour of the country.

Earlier, they met schoolchildren and had lunch with Prime Minister and former cricket star Imran Khan.

At the reception, which was arranged to showcase the best of Pakistani culture, the duke recognised the country's troubled past, saying: "For a country so young, Pakistan has endured many hardships, with countless lives lost to terror and hatred.