Kate Middleton and Prince William Share Sweet Video of Pakistan Tour


After visiting an orphanage in the city of Lahore, the mum of three spoke to CNN's Max Foster about how important it was for her and Prince William to see the SOS Children's Village. "These are vulnerable children, who often ended up after a traumatic experience, are nurtured in this caring environment and the high quality relationships they so desperately need it", signed the girl with her real name Catherine. "During their trip the Duke and Duchess have seen the many sides of the modern, aspirational, dynamic Pakistan - from the vibrant, leafy Islamabad to the cultural capital Lahore, from the fragile to the remote communities in the mountainous north". "That's even better than normal life".

The 55-second clip finishes with the hashtag #RoyalVisitPakistan over an image of both country's flags with a tweet posted with the video reading: "Thank you Pakistan!" in both English and Urdu. While Kate laughed and feigned pain, the Duke told the children: "Ha!"

(************************************************************************************************) Speaking about the visit to Broghil National Park on Wednesday, William revealed his wife took some great pictures adding "she does a few portraits, but mostly landscapes".

As a parting gift, the children gave the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge friendship bracelets; a pink one for Middleton and a blue one for her husband.

We definitely need more personal Instagrams like these.

"Earlier this year I talked about the fact that it takes a village to raise a child".

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Prince William and Kate Middleton made a very special stop on the end of their tour of Pakistan.

Saba Shahzadi, 28, said she came to SOS when she was eight and still lived there, acting as a mentor to the children, while working as a manager for Nestle in Pakistan.

After the children mentioned England, the Duchess said: "You will have to come and see us".

During their five-day royal tour, the couple also headed to the same holy site William's late mother, Princess Diana, visited in 1991, the Badshahi Mosque, and the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre.

"It was unbelievable seeing some of the geography, but then to see some of the community activities has been really special".