Their packed schedule today started with a stop at the Islamabad Model College for Girls, where they spoke with young students and heard about the Teach for Pakistan program, before going to Margalla Hills.
Kate and William were given flowers by local children in traditional dress when they stepped off the British Government's RAF Voyager plane.
The royal couple are expected to meet leaders from government and well-known cultural figures and sporting stars, as well as visiting communities responding to climate change.
"Arrival of the royal couple will highlight Pakistan's positive and peaceful image in the world", Qureshi told reporters. The visit will span over 1,000 kilometers and will take in Pakistan's rich culture, its diverse communities, and its handsome landscapes, the handout said.
Special security arrangements supervised by the military will be in place for the five-day visit during which they will meet the president and prime minister.
Khan's office later said the prime minister's meeting with the royal couple was held in a "warm and cordial atmosphere".
It was seen by many royal observers as a respectful nod to the traditions of the strict Muslim country. 'Legacy of generosity'This is the first visit to Pakistan by members of the British royal family in 13 years and has particular significance to over a million British of Pakistani origin.
The couple visited a school in Islamabad.
The tour comes amid heightened political tensions between neighbouring countries Pakistan and India over the disputed region of Kashmir.
The bright green and the sleek lines also drew comparison with an outfit worn by William's late mother Diana, Princess of Wales on an official visit to France in 1992.
The royal couple is due to tour Islamabad and Lahore, among other areas, though their exact schedule has not been released due to security reasons.
This visit comes after William's father Charles, the Prince of Wales, and the Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla Parker-Bowles, had travelled to Pakistan in 2006 to visit the areas devastated by the October 8, 2005 natural disaster. Look out for Middleton to channel the style of her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana, while there.