British royal family members Duke of Cambridge Prince William and Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton on Friday made a video call to students at the Islamabad Model College for Girls and the SOS Children's Village in Lahore, marking one year since their visit to Pakistan, foreign media reported.
William and Kate were tasked with guessing what the children were drawing.
"Yes, definitely, we both like a little bit of drawing", William said.
This year, they spoke to teachers from the Islamabad Model College for Girls via video call, before participating in a game of Pictionary with some students. "Catherine is very good, I'm really bad". The royals also saluted the teachers and staff and told them they were doing an fantastic job. When asked why his skills weren't up to par with his wife's, Kate told her husband, "You don't practice enough".
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Kate enjoyed arts and crafts with the students at SOS Children's Village in Lahore on October 18, 2019.
And true to form, Kate made sure to pay tribute to the country with her outfit, choosing to wear a attractive kurta made in gold with pretty buttons.
Commenters thanked the royal for taking the time to highlight such a prevalent issue with one writing about her experience saying: "Thank you".
It seems that Kate loves to wear her pretty Zara dresses when she's not at work, too, since she appeared to be wearing the "Printed Midi Dress with Belt" from the brand in the new picture - and it's now still available to buy online. Some of the village's children also showed off some of the artwork, including drawings and friendship bracelets that they had created about their memories of the visit a year ago. She teamed her look with a white blouse and pulled her hair away from her face, and added a gorgeous gold bangle to her look, too. The couple took part in cricket and arts and crafts, and joined in a birthday party for one of the children supported by the village. 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.