The Duchess of Cambridge wore these gorgeous £6 earrings during special visit ahead of Pakistan royal tour

We want a pair of these!

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended a special event hosted by Prince Shah Karim Al Hussaini, and we're loving her accessories.

  • The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the event ahead of their official visit to Pakistan.
  • The Duchess was spotted wearing a very affordable pair of earrings by Pakistani designer Zeen.
  • This follows royal news that the Duchess of Cambridge has the help of a secret shopper and it’s a member of the royal family.

    Royal correspondent Richard Palmer shared a video of the Duke and Duchess arriving to meet the Aga Khan, writing, ‘The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge meet the Aga Khan in London ahead of their visit to Pakistan later this month.’

    Speaking about her outfit, he added, ‘Kate is wearing an ARossGirl dress and earrings by Pakistani designer Zeen.’

    Not only were the Duchess of Cambridge’s earrings appropriate for the occasion, as they were designed by a Pakistani women’s line, but they’re also very affordable at just £6.50.

    According to the website, ‘Zeen has a nationwide presence with 27 outlets all over Pakistan as well as an efficient online retail platform that reaches a global customer base.’

    If you would like to buy these earrings, Zeen offers free international shipping across their website.

    Duchess of Cambridge

    Credit: Zeen

    Zeen Dazzling Ceramic Drops, £6.50

    Better yet, these earrings are allergy-free metallic so suitable for everyone. We can definitely see why the Duchess was so drawn to them.

    Zeen also offers a range of other elegant jewellery, all priced in a similar region as the one the Duchess wore during her visit.

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be travelling to Pakistan later this month from October 14th to 18th. It’s not yet known exactly what the royal couple will be doing there, but we can’t wait to find out.

    They met with the Aga Khan, 49th hereditary Imam (or spiritual leader) of the Shia Ismaili Muslims, where they had a chance to speak with other members of the community at this special event.

    According to Kensington Palace’s Twitter account, ‘The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met a range of people from Pakistan, including DJ and Producer @NaughtyBoyMusic, tabla virtuoso @tablashahbaz, flute maestro Muhammad Noman and @Seriouslive’s Maha Malik.’