William and Kate return to Pakistani children’s village

Cheryl Sanders
October 20, 2019

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".

But Kate, 37, asked aides if they could factor in another visit to the place that had such an effect on her. Sources said it also enabled the couple to delve deeper into the stories of the children, and the graduates, of the remarkable set-up. "It was awesome seeing some of the geography, but then to see the communities like this has been really special".

"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".


Photos released this morning show the couple playing with children from the SOS village and the series of images is extremelty heartwarming.

They then chose to return to the orphanage in Lahore again on Friday morning where they were presented with friendship braclets after playing a game of cricket with some of the children.

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. We've seen a lot of Pakistan. "Thank you so much for the bracelet", said William. "My children will wonder why I'm wearing it".


He further said: "We are involved with the Pakistanis for a very good reason; it will actually keep people safe back in the United Kingdom".

(************************************************************************************************) 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".

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


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