Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate were treated to a traditional song and dance in a Pakistani village on Wednesday (October 16).
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited a settlement of the Kalash people, a small indigenous group in the country's northern Chitral region.
William and Kate wore traditional headgear and colourful scarves and watched a musical performance accompanied by drums. The couple then went sightseeing on foot, entering a craft shop and browsing the items on display, and asked how the weather affected business during the snowy season.
Pakistan's northern glaciers and those throughout the Hindu Kush and Himalaya region, are an important water store for 250 million people, and another 1.6 billion rely on rivers originating in the mountains, putting many communities at risk as global temperatures rise.
William highlighted the challenge of climate change, a major theme of their five-day trip, in a speech the previous evening at a reception hosted by the British High Commission at Pakistan's national monument in the capital, Islamabad.