As they stepped out the car the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were ushered to chairs to take off their shoes which was in line with religious protocol.
The frock is described as follows on the Beulah London Website www.beulahlondon.com/:
'Powder Blue - Silk double georgette cocktail dress
With long billowing sleeves and knee length style, this dress is the perfect piece for any smart, summer occasion. The beautiful silk and cut makes this dress original, flattering and feminine in a versatile way that can be worn from day to evening. This piece is the bespoke version of our Blossom dress. We are only selling a limited number of this style and please note, delivery takes up to 6 weeks.
100% Silk double georgette with silk crepe de chine lining. Dry clean only.'
The couple walked round a circular area of the park, where they stopped to watch colourful performances by traditional Malaysian musicians, dancers and a fashion show showcasing the work of Malaysian designers.
Kate removed her headscarf to reveal a beautiful up do. Her trademark tumbling locks were swept up into a 1940s-style up-do.
Photo credit: Diana's Jewels
Jewelry was kept simple. She wore a new pair of earrings that have yet to be ID'd. The earrings are drops that have a blue stone surrounded by diamonds.