Kate Middleton Wore A Tiara While Visiting A Children's Hospital In Pakistan

Tuesday, 22 Oct, 2019

The first photo shows William holding hands with two local boys while others show the couple meeting the community at the SOS Village, which provides a home and family structure to over 150 young girls and boys in Lahore.

The message was about SOS Village, an organization that helps children in need and protects their interests and rights around the world.

And that's a wrap on the Royal Tour of Pakistan.

However, the royal insider addedit was a decision that reportedly caught Prince William and Duchess Kate off guard.

"These inclined childhood, many who've attain through anxious cases, are nurtured in this caring atmosphere and are ready to plot these tremendous relationships that they so desperately want to thrive".

Kate and William opted to return to an orphanage at the SOS Children's Village they had visited the previous day, because they felt they had only "touched the surface".

William and Kate returned to Islamabad on the final day of their tour, visiting the Army Canine Centre to see a training session with puppies in action, before they boarded their plane to travel back to London.

However, Kate penned her own post for the page for the first time.

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

The couple are already parents to Prince George, six, Princess Charlotte, four, and Prince Louis, one.

Of the security relations, William said "A lot of effort, a lot of lives being lost by the Pakistanis, in securing large parts of this country over the years and those sacrifices for the Pakistanis should be acknowledged". The duchess said they really wanted to see an SOS village.

It's clear that the visit had a major impact on both royals with the couple making time for a return visit before they left for their home in the UK.

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