Prince William And Duchess Catherine Make Unexpected Visit To Pakistan Orphanage

Prince William And Duchess Catherine Make Unexpected Visit To Pakistan Orphanage”

A short video posted to the Kensington Palace Twitter account started with a clip of the royal couple getting into a tuk-tuk which had the British and Pakistan flags in the background.

"I think it was quite an adventure really, it was really bumpy up there", Middleton continued.

Sharing a series of photographs from her trip to Pakistan with husband William, Kate drew global attention to the SOS Village, a children's project in the Lahore region.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge returned to a childhood's orphanage right by their royal tour to Pakistan at her query after their flight used to be grounded by a storm.

"One, it's about quality relationships and two, the environment". While on hand, the royal couple greeted the children and even joined them for a game of cricket. The tweet accompanying the video read: "Thank you Pakistan!" in both English and Urdu. Adding, "What you're all doing is incredible and you've got two ambassadors in us".

"It's important that people talk about it and it's not too taboo", he reportedly said of mental health awareness. "In the west, we don't really focus on the emotional support", he said.

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The royal couple were also given friendship bracelets from children - a blue one for the Duke, and pink for the Duchess. "I won't take it off", he reportedly responded to the gesture.

Moreover, the pair also joined the kids on the floor for a painting session.

"My children will wonder why I'm wearing it". Although the future Queen of England always makes great fashion choices, this engagement is a bit of a departure for the 37-year-old mother (to George, Charlotte and Louis), because she is dressed in the country's traditional clothing.

While speaking with several of the program's graduates, Kate said, "Some of the things I've been looking at back home are how best do you support children and what do they need to have a successful life".

The royal couple returned to the United Kingdom on Friday after a five-day visit to the country.

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