Kate and William mark one year since Pakistan tour with adorable video

Carla Harmon
October 18, 2020

The video call with the Islamabad Model College for Girls and the SOS Children's Village in Lahore marked one year since the couple's visit to Pakistan.

The children who challenged Kate and Wills to play were part of a group they met during their 2019 visit.

It's been one year since The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge toured Pakistan, and to mark the occasion they spoke to two of the organisations they visited to hear how the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has been affecting them.

As she tried to figure out what the first picture was, Kate, wearing a gold kurta, asked: "Is it a wedding?" 'Catherine is very good, I'm really bad'.

"I don't observe sufficient, that's very true", he admitted. "You're much better, you guys".

The next drawing showed a person putting a bottle in a wastebasket, which Kate had quickly guessed right.

William said it was "tricky" and added, "I like that". So the game is also called pyre.

Having visited the SOS children's village twice during their tour a year ago, The Duke and Duchess were reminded of their cricket skills, or perhaps lack of cricket skills in this instance... "We had a good game going and everyone told us we had to stop".

William even revealed a enjoyable reality through the sport, which included clues resembling "birthday" and "cricket", and stated his spouse is "excellent" at drawing. It's an incredible drawing.

Some village children also showed the Duke and Duchess the artwork they made about their memories of the visit a year ago, including drawings and friendship bracelets.

In the unbelievable clip shared with Kensington Palace Instagram On the math, a student could be heard saying: We want to play a little game with you. We kept our friendship bracelets very safe, so thanks for these. Here at Hello! Canada, we're still busy creating the magazine you know and love, to spread positivity and provide some entertainment as a gentle reprieve from all the hard news. Minahil then asked how the three Royal grand-children are doing and Kate replied, "They're so well".

Saba Faisal, national director at the SOS Village, said that before the schools opened again she had asked the children that maybe they would want the long holiday to continue, but that they said: "Absolutely not, we want to go and meet our friends".

Kate enjoyed arts and crafts with the students at SOS Children's Village in Lahore on October 18, 2019.

William asked Ms. Faisal, "Has there been any change in mental health in terms of recognition or recognition in the country since we arrived?"

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