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

Prince William And Duchess Catherine Make Unexpected Visit To Pakistan Orphanage

Prince William And Duchess Catherine Make Unexpected Visit To Pakistan Orphanage

Discussing the trip to the village, Kate said "William and I really wanted to come and see an SOS Children's Village like this".

On Friday morning, the couple again chose to change their schedule, in order to return to an orphanage at the SOS Children's Village they had visited the previous day, because they felt they had only "touched the surface".

Saba Shahzadi, 28, mentioned she came to SOS when she used to be eight and mute lived there, acting as a mentor to the childhood, whereas working as a manager for Nestle in Pakistan.

The pilot of the RAF Voyager tried to make a landing at two different airports, reported by a magazine, After landing, the Prince, who himself is an experienced pilot, reassured everyone about their safety and even joked that the one flying the Voyager was him. "What's great is that you have both here".

She told the newspaper: "It was fantastic to meet these people living in such a remote place".

The couple joined a group of children for an impromptu game of cricket, which saw the duke hit a softball which landed on his wife's neck.

He also gave credit to his staff: "Our team is very good at finding us projects".

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"Thank you so much for the bracelet", William said.

Sitting cross-legged on the bare floor, Kate helped children to paint a mural, saying: 'I do lots of drawing at home with my children'.

In her first-ever television news interview about her visit, the duchess said that the royal visit to Pakistan, with Prince William - the Duke of Cambridge - has been "really special". And her husband added, "I could feel that there was more to talk about".

The royal couple had been also given friendship bracelets from childhood - a blue one for the Duke, and pink for the Duchess.

"I have three: George, Charlotte and Louis - he's a baby, he's one and a half".

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

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