Prince William, Kate Middleton play Pictionary with Pakistani schoolkids

  • Prince William, Kate Middleton play Pictionary with Pakistani schoolkids

Prince William, Kate Middleton play Pictionary with Pakistani schoolkids

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's virtual reunion comes nearly exactly a year after they visited the SOS Children's Village in Lahore twice during their royal tour.

The Duchess of Cambridge showed off her perfected mask-ready make-up today, as she visited a London research centre as part of Baby Loss Awareness Week.

During their Pictionary game they guessed what the girls were drawing on a piece of paper.

They played Pictionary with students at the Islamabad Model College for Girls and spoke about cricket with children at the SOS Children's Village.

As she tried to figure out what the first picture was, Kate, wearing a gold kurta, asked: "Is it a wedding?"

The video, which was filmed last week, was released Friday to mark the one-year anniversary of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's royal visit to Pakistan. "That's a really hard one".

The couple talked to residents and care employees to see how they had been responding to the pandemic and William added earlier than the vigorous sport began, "I've by no means recognized Welsh folks to not know the right way to have enjoyable".

Some of the village children (pictured) showed the Duke and Duchess the artwork they created previous year with memories of their trip, including paintings and friendship bracelets. "Catherine is very good".

Minahil asked how the couple's children were doing and Kate replied, "They are so fine".

When asked if they enjoyed the hobby, William admitted Kate was the better artist. Ahmad told the couple he has missed his grandmother.

Saba Faisal, national director in the SOS village, said before the schools reopened, she asked the children if they might want the long vacation to continue, but they said "absolutely not, we want to meet our friends".

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

This isn't the first time William and Kate have played a party game virtually.

"Sure, undoubtedly, we each like a little bit little bit of drawing", William stated.

She said "absolutely" and added, "Covid has changed ... it has changed the world, it is now a new norm, and definitely mental health has become a huge focus in everyone's life because of this virus and disease".

Founded in 1977, SOS Children's Village provides a home and family structure for more than one and a half hundred young girls and boys, and promotes child development among happy, confident and stable adults.