Stylist Natasha Archer is back in business.
The Duchess of Cambridge is pulling looks with her husband on tour in Islamabad, Pakistan.
Reunited with her stylist and assistant Natasha Archer – who has just returned from maternity leave – Kate has shunned designer clothing and opted for low-key high-street favourites instead.
Earlier in the week, we saw the Duchess step out in a periwinkle kurta – a traditional dress from South Asia made by designer Maheen Khan – and matching trousers, which she paired with suede vegan shoes, which cost £23.99 from New Look.
Almost immediately, the shoes started selling fast on the New Look website and they’re now completely sold out in tan, but they are available in black and navy.
Her earrings, by a local Pakistani designer, cost only £10.
Natasha, who is known for bringing a diplomatic edge to Kate’s style, has accompanied the Duchess and Prince William on their four-day-long tour.
The tour – which has been dubbed ‘the most complex undertaken by the Duke and Duchess to date’ – will see the pair pay respect to the ‘historical relationship between Britain and Pakistan.’
The couple's three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, have stayed at home.