The Duchess of Cambridge has written personal thank you notes to the designers of her outfits on the royal tour of Pakistan.
Kate Middleton, 37, mixed designer with traditional wear for her Pakistan trip in October, donning a black and white embroidered kurti by well-known brand Élan on the final day of her tour.
Khadijah Shah, the creative director for the high-end Pakistani brand, has revealed the British royal wrote her a personal thank you note for the "so many beautiful outfits".
She revealed the thank you note on Twitter and said she felt "humbled" and "honoured' to have dressed Kate during her trip to Pakistan, according to Mail Online.
Kate wrote on Kensington Palace-headed paper: "Thank you so much for all of your help ahead of my tour to Pakistan.
"I am so grateful to you and your team for the wonderful selection you made for me to choose from — although having so many beautiful things did make the decision making a little more difficult!
"I loved the outfit I wore, so thank you for all your time and effort."
She signed the letter 'Catherine' and finished: "This comes with my warmest thanks and best wishes."
While sharing the note, Khadijah said: "I was delighted to have even been considered, this is just humbling to a whole different level.
"However what’s most commendable is the consideration, grace and thoughtfulness of HRH the Duchess Catherine, it is no wonder that she is so respected and beloved."