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Duchess of Cambridge raves about "fantastic" Pakistan after a royal tour



Kate told CNN that the five-day official trip had allowed the couple to see a lot of land.

"It was amazing to see something of geography yesterday, but then it was really special to see some of today's community activity," said the Duchess and Prince William stood next to her.

The Duchess spoke to CNN during a Lahore engagement on Thursday when the royal couple visited the SOS Children's Village, a nonprofit organization founded in the late 1970s. The project provides a home and family structure to 150 orphans and helps them develop into happy, confident and resilient adults.

  The Duchess of Cambridge speaks on the fourth day of the official tour of exclusive with CNN Pakistan.

"William and I really wanted to visit an SOS Children's Village like this," Kate continued. "There are so many vulnerable women here, but they have really taken advantage of their positive attitude and the support the village offers them … to support and protect the next generation of children in their care and give them the best possible start in life to enable their future lives. "

  William and Kate received finger puppets as they participated in a musical storytelling session in the Village.

A few moments ago, Kate impressed the assembled crowd with introductory remarks on her speech in Urdu.

"They also showed us that it's not just a term that describes the relationship between blood relatives," the Duchess said. "Instead, it describes those special attachments that we share with those who make us feel secure and supported, and it's the quality of those relationships that are important."

She continued, "Together, as a village, you change the lives of children and provide them with them Strong foundations to support all their families.

  Kate gave her first speech on Thursday in Lahore [19659013KateheldherfirstspeechonThursdayinLahore

"Here, women, the goods they used to be vulnerable, now play the most important role as mothers, and it is very heartening to see that you are not alone do. "

Kate finished the speech when she started in Urdu and wished her three children a happy birthday.

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The couple was on the penultimate day of their tour They participated in a cricket match at the National Cricket Academy before visiting the Badshahi Mosque, which was considered the most iconic iconic Islamic site in Lahore.

  William and Kate also visited the historic Badshahi Mosque on Thursday

The Royals also visited the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Center.

The Engagement was undoubtedly a defining moment for the future heir to the British throne when his late mother Diana, the Princess of Wales, previously visited the medical facility guest of today's Prime Minister Imran Khan.

  William attended a tea party with cancer patient Wafia Remain (7) when the couple visited the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital.

and spent time with them Patients undergoing treatment with multiple families.


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