Kate Middleton & Prince William’s Plane Forced To Turn Around After Terrifying Storm


Prince William and Kate Middleton had a travel scare during the royal tour of Pakistan on Thursday. The Badshahi Mosque is the very same place that Princess Diana visited during her official tour of Pakistan in 1991, and Queen Elizabeth also toured the mosque back in 1961. She also owns these flats in nude - in fact she wore them on Tuesday to visit the Margalla Hills National Park.

When questioned for her remarks for the entire visit, Middleton said it "fantastic".

She added that the couple were "charming" and interested and engaged in the discussion.

The royal couple played cricket with children and members of Pakistan's cricket team at the National Cricket Academy.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were aboard the Voyager, a Royal Air Force jet, en route to Islamabad during their five-day tour of the country when the plane was caught in a vicious storm. The project provides 150 orphaned children with a home and family structure, and, according to the organization, helps kids develop into happy, confident and resilient adults.

Duchess Kate Middleton, co-designer of Back to Nature garden, lived her childhood moment while exploring her garden.The royal mother of three, dressed in a simple shirt and a pair of blue jeans, was spotted enjoying a ride on a swing hanging below the tree house. The Shaukat Khanum hospital was founded in 1994 by Imran Khan, a Pakistani cricketer-turned politician, who is now the country's Prime Minister.

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Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton's flight from Lahore to Islamabad in Pakistan on Thursday was forced to return to its origin airport after two failed landings due to severe weather.

Moments before, Kate impressed the gathered crowd by delivering the opening remarks of her speech in Urdu.

The flight from Lahore to Islamabad following a day of visits to a mosque, cancer hospital, cricket academy and children's home was only meant to take 30 minutes.

Britain's Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, visit SOS Children's village in Lahore, October 17. Kate also donned a tiara to give company to a young girl as they had a little tea party.

Later, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Princess Kate Middleton left Lahore for Islamabad amid tight security.