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

Prince William and Kate Middleton’s Pakistan Flight Aborts Landing Twice

Prince William and Kate Middleton’s Pakistan Flight Aborts Landing Twice

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are now on an official visit to Pakistan for five days from October 14-18 and have been visiting different places around the country.

Kate couldn't help laughing as she tried out her cricket skills at the National Cricket Academy with her husband Prince William, who is the second in line to the British throne. The support @ukinpakistan provided enabled @KensingtonRoyal to see so much of this attractive country.

Prince William and Kate Middleton are safe following a terrifying incident during their trip to Pakistan.

William and Kate were due to fly over the Khyber Pass in an engagement on Friday, but a "pretty bad storm" saw their flight from Lahore to Islamabad turn back on Thursday evening.

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I told him I was there to save him. "I'm happy I was able to be there for the kids and for the community". We called him a hero then, but after seeing this I'm not sure there is even a word worthy of him.

She added: "Fortunately William has taken it in his stride - he just came back down the plane to see if we were ok and joked that he was flying!"

They later visited Pakistan National Monument in a traditional Rickshaw and met various top-notch and other guests in a reception given by British High Commissioner in Pakistan Thomas Drew. She and Prince William also made it a point to visit the UK Defence Animal Training Centre for some time well-spent with dogs and their handlers.

The prime minister has known the Duke of Cambridge since he was a child, as the former global cricket star - along with his former wife Jemima Goldsmith - were close friends of the late Princess of Wales. The Duke and Duchess went barefoot and sat down in a cross-legged position as they listened to a Quran recitation.

Upon conclusion of a very successful tour, the journalists and crew traveling with the royal couple, have shared their thankyou notes and goodbyes on social media. - Reuters William plays with a young cancer patient at the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital in Lahore, October 17. It was started in the early 1990s by the cricket-hero-turned-politician Imran Khan, now Pakistan's prime minister, whose first wife Jemima Goldsmith was a friend of Princess Diana. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are heading home to Britain. They also took part in a game of cricket and visited the Badshahi Mosque in Lahore.

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