Mumbai, Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton, who is in the country along with Prince William, has opted for a creation by Indian designer Anita Dongre for her day outing. The Royal chose to wear a long printed tunic with Mughal details on her maiden visit to India. "The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton looks elegant in a Mughal inspired tunic by Anita Dongre Royal Visit India," tweeted Dongre along with Middleton's image in her creation. Middleton teamed her tunic with beige velvet wedges teamed with black wayfarers and completed her look by keeping her tresses open. Middleton, who arrived in India in a red printed Alexander McQueen ensemble on Sunday along with Prince William, looked dapper in a dark blue suit paired with a white shirt and black shoes. The Royal couple's maiden visit to India will be part of a fundraiser which is expected to be attended by celebrated names like Shah Rukh Khan, Aamir Khan, Rishi Kapoor and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. The royal duo will travel on April 14 to the neighbouring Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan and return on April 16 for a visit to the Taj Mahal, a Unesco World Heritage monument, in Agra at the conclusion of their two-nation tour. The Mumbai gala is being held collectively by three charity organisations -- Magic Bus, Doorstep, and India's Childline -- to generate funds to support vulnerable children across India.