The official statement also said that throughout the tour the couple would visit programmes which empower young people and see how communities in Pakistan are responding and adapting to the effects of climate change.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were greeted with handshakes by a smiling Khan, who first met William when the prince was a young boy, on the steps at the Prime Minister's House in the capital.
During their time in Pakistan, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will visit Islamabad, Lahore, Gilgit-Baltistan and rugged border regions to the west.
For her arrival outfit, the Duchess dressed respectfully in a traditional shalwar kameez ensemble: an icy blue, long-sleeve dress with matching pants underneath.
Pakistan still vividly remembers the late Princess Diana's visit in 1996.
The couple's presence - the first royal visit since Charles and Camilla undertook a lengthy tour in 2006 - has sparked a major security operation involving more than 1 000 police officers due to the ongoing threat of militant terrorism in the Muslim-majority state. Kensington Palace disclosed that this will be Prince William and Kate Middleton's "most complex" tour yet, largely due to security considerations. "We have been wanting to come for a very long time so it's nice, my grandmother was here, my father's been here, a lot of my family members have been here".
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He said Yovanovitch had been "a model diplomat and deserves better than the shabby treatment she received from the president and the Secretary of State".
Prince William and Duchess Kate arrived in full glamour Tuesday via an auto rickshaw for a reception at Pakistan's National Monument.
The five-day visit is seen in Pakistan as an acknowledgment to the country's success in countering terrorism that plagued the country for decades.
Taking to Twitter earlier in the day, British High Commissioner Thomas Drew said it will be a "very exciting programme".
The tour hopes to strengthen ties between the United Kingdom and Pakistan, at a time when Brexit could impact worldwide relationships.
There was an overwhelming outpouring of warm sentiments of welcome to Pakistan as the social media appreciated the grace and charm of the Duchess.
"When she visits Pakistan with Prince William, Kate will understandably have been briefed on a dress code which is encompassing of local culture", Proctor said.
"They're looking forward to building a lasting friendship with the people of Pakistan".
Left: Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge in Islamabad, Oct. 15, 2019.