Published: Sun, October 20, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Kate Middleton gushes over ‘fantastic’ Pakistan

Kate Middleton gushes over ‘fantastic’ Pakistan

Enthralled, the Duchess asked the auto they were travelling in to stop so she and William could meet the villagers - and one family promptly invited them to visit their home, a simple hut.

After Prince William and Kate Middleton's plane was forced to abort its landing twice and return to Lahore on Thursday, the latter expressed that they are hugely grateful to the pilot and crew who looked after them during the risky thunderstorm.

A flight delay on the final day of their tour of Pakistan gifted the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with a return visit to a children's centre in Lahore. "It's been really special", Kate said. "William!" she exclaimed as she feigned pain and clutched her neck.

Kate's message read: "The community at the SOS Village is built around family - and the best possible family you could imagine - where everyone comes together to nurture, love and protect the children in their care".

However, as different as the two visits may seem, a similarity does exist between them in terms of a specific choice that both members of the British royal family made.

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She was interviewed by CNN during the royal couple's visit to SOS Children's Village, which provides shelter to 150 orphaned children besides helping kids develop into happy, confident and resilient adults.

The royal visit, which was organised on the request of UK's Foreign and Commonwealth Office, was the first since Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles' 2006 tour of Pakistan. "Thank you so much for the bracelet", said William.

As aides hastily redrew the tour schedule, cancelling a trip to the Khyber Pass, the Duchess said she wanted to return to the village where she had spent Thursday morning. "Instead it describes those special bonds we share with those who make us feel safe and supported".

Kate Middleton and Prince William did order a strategy of whimsy to their diplomatic mission, arriving on the hilltop monument in a rickshaw painted with the Pakistani and United Kingdom flags.

Many journalists accompanied the royal couple on the visit.

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