Prince William and Kate Middleton play pycoarion with Pakistani students

Prince William and Kate Middleton play pycoarion with Pakistani students”

Checking in first with the teachers of the Islamabad Model College for Girls, the couple then joined a few students in a virtual game of Pictionary.

"Is it a wedding?"

"This is really hard!"

The Duke, who wore a shirt and a blazer with no tie, said, "I'm really glad you are drawing and we don't have to draw".

In the next round, Prince William admits: "I am getting closer and closer to the camera" - but his tactic appears to be working as the royal couple soon determined that the drawing was "cricket". "Catherine is very good, I'm really bad".

During the video call, which was reportedly recorded last week, the couple spoke to students to find out about their feelings on being back at school and seeing their teachers and friends in light of COVID-19.

One student replied, "Yes, very happy" before asking if the couple liked to draw.

The Duke and Duchess (pictured) also spoke to the staff and children from SOS Children's Village in Lahore, who met several of them during two visits to the village last October.

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Some village children (pictured) also showed the Duke and Duchess the artwork they made about their memories of the visit previous year, including drawings and friendship bracelets. William asked Faisal: "Has anything changed on the mental health front in terms of being a bit more acknowledged or recognised in the country since we were there?"

Kate added: 'He doesn't practice enough'.

The news comes as a study of Google searches related to royal style in 2020 found that the Duchess of Cambridge's was the most sought after, having amassed 77,000 searches alone this year. During their visit, they learnt more about the Teach for Pakistan program, which is modelled on the UK's successful "Teach First" scheme.

During the call, the teaching staff spoke to the Duke and Duchess about how they adapted their operations whilst the school was closed between March and September by providing learning packs to pupils and WhatsApp schooling.

Having visited the SOS children's village twice during their tour past year, The Duke and Duchess were reminded of their cricket skills, or perhaps lack of cricket skills in this instance...

The duo was also shown friendship bracelets made by a little girl called Minahil Kabeer. They correctly identified a sketch of a birthday and a picture of the sport cricket.

William even revealed a fun fact during the game, which included clues such as "birthday" and "cricket", and said his wife is "very good" at drawing.

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