Royal Visit Pakistan 2019: Kate & William Touched Hearts

Royal Visit Pakistan Kate & William

England’s Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, landed to Islamabad on October fourteenth on a five-day Royal visit to Pakistan, which pointed on improving ties between the two nations.

The couple landed from the British Royal Air Force plane, following an eight-hour flight, at about 9.30pm at Nur Khan Airbase in Rawalpindi. They were welcomed by Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi and Britain’s agent Thomas Drew, just as authorities of the Foreign Office and the British High Commission in Islamabad.

The Duchess of Cambridge wore an ombre turquoise dress by Catherine Walker, combined with pants which was a variety of the shalwar kameez, customary national outfit of Pakistan. A sight nothing not as much as gratefulness and regard. While, Prince William wore a naval force suit with a blue tie.

Two kids likewise attired in conventional dress displayed rose bundles to the illustrious visitors. The visitors expressed gratitude toward them and conversed with them for some time.

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Royal Visit Couple Concludes Five-Day to Pakistan

Day 1: Royal visit to Pakistan

Welcomed on red carpet with colorful and beautiful flowers on 14th October in Islamabad. Our foreign minister and his wife received them with British high commissioner.

Day 2: Royal visit to Pakistan

First they want to a primary school where they met with children who are the students of a fast truck training program. Which mainly focused on teach for Pakistan and on young girls and women pursuing jobs in education before visiting three schools at Margalla hills.

At Islamabad Model College for Girls, The Duke and Duchess heard how students are benefiting from the ‘Teach for Pakistan’ program. They joined children from four local schools for activities taking part in activities designed to educate young people on environmental protection and wildlife conservation.

This included helping the children identify and remove species of plants that are threatening the natural environment, bird watching, and storytelling on local environment issues.

Then they want to PM house where they welcomed by PM Khan.

In the evening the couple want to reception. Kate wore a bright inexperienced dress and William a Sherwani Suit for the event at the Islamic Republic of Pakistan Monument. The royal combine area unit on a five-day tour of the country. Earlier, they met schoolchildren and had lunch with Prime Minister and former cricket star Imran Khan.

At the reception, that was organized to showcase the most effective of Pakistani culture, the duke recognized the country’s troubled past, saying:

“For a rustic therefore young, Islamic Republic of Pakistan has endured several hardships, with multitudinous lives lost to terrorism and emotion.”

“Tonight I would like to pay tribute to all or any those that have endured such sacrifice and helped to create the country that we tend to see nowadays”.

Islamic Republic of Pakistan may admit UK as “a key partner and your friend”. Guests at the reception, hosted by the diplomatist, Thomas John Drew, additionally enclosed figures from Pakistan’s business, music and film industries, still as members of the govt.

Day 3: Royal visit to Pakistan

They want to chitral in Hindu Kush and received many gifts like traditional Chitrali hat, a scarf, coat and a shawl etc. William & Kate were given a book of photos of Princess Diana’s visit here in 1991.

The Cambridges have now got back into their helicopter to visit the Chiatibo Glacier in Broghil National Park.
Next, a stop in a village in the region, where the couple was presented with more gifts.

Day 4: Royal visit to Pakistan

They took part in playing cricket in Lahore. They enjoyed their well with the cricket team and make a lot of fun.

After that they want to SOS children village, met with the children and spend time with them, Kate also made a small speech. Kate said these words in one of her interview,

“There’s so many vulnerable women here but they’ve really used their positivity and the support that the Village here provides them…to support and protect the next generation of children in their care and give them the best possible start to their future lives.”

After that they reached at Badshahi mosque, the couple removed their shoes in respect. The setting was incredibly beautiful and majestic.

Then they moved to Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital in Lahore. They spend a lot of time with the children of children ward. They further discuss diseases with parents and doctors.

They also had a tea party with a seven-year-old patient named Wafia and it was incredibly adorable with Middleton in a tiara and William blowing on his “tea” to cool it down.

Day 5: Royal visit to Pakistan

They visited the Army Canine Centre where dogs are trained for military use. Also, they got to play with puppies. The unit works with the U.K. Defence animal training center in Melton Mowbray.

Pakistan’s government hopes William and Kate’s visit will help boost the country’s image as a tourist and business destination.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Prince William and Kate Middleton will be travelling 1000 kilometers during the five days. A sizable crowd is expected to greet them. The official statement says that the royal couple’s trip “will range from the modern, leafy capital of Islamabad to the vibrant city of Lahore, the mountainous countryside in the North, and the rugged border regions to the West.”

This will be the first trip to Pakistan by members of the royal family since Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, traveled in 2006. It is pertinent to mention here that due to security concerns the local media is only being told the details about the Royal Couple’s movement at the last minute.