Kate Middleton shares emotions about Pakistan tour

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21 Oct, 2019 3:59 pm

LONDON (92 News) – Kate Middleton shared a personal emotions about Pakistan tour, for the very first time, on the official Instagram account of the Kensington Palace, on Sunday.

In his Instagram post, Kate informed the followers about the work of a special charity she visited during her tour to Pakistan. “The community at the SOS Village is built around family – and the best possible family you could imagine – where everyone comes together to nurture, love and protect the children in their care.

These vulnerable children, many who have come through traumatic circumstances, are nurtured in this caring environment and are able to form these quality relationships that they so desperately need to thrive,” she wrote.

About her experience of meeting the people of Kalash, Middleton was reported to have said, “It was fantastic to meet these people living in such a remote place. They were so hospitable, offering William and me a cup of tea.”

“It was a very special moment. They had no idea who we were, which gave us a chance to see a different side of Pakistan,” Kate Middleton said.

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the stunning mountains of Northern Pakistan, where the stark effects of climate change and global warming are having a profound impact on the communities that call the region home. At a glacier in the Hindu Kush mountain range, situated in the Chitral District of Pakistan’s Khyber-Pakhtunkwa Province, The Duke and Duchess walked around the northern tip of the glacier, and saw how it has retreated in recent years as a result of global warming. Nearby, in the centre of Chitral, isolated communities have suffered from severe flash flooding in recent years as a result of glaciers melting. The Duke and Duchess saw buildings and farmland destroyed in the sever floods of 2015, a stark demonstration of the risks posed by glacial melting. In Bumburet The Duke and Duchess saw drills conducted by volunteers from the local Emergency Response and Search & Rescue teams, which through community education and early warning work, were instrumental in preventing loss of life in 2015. There, they heard from local people affected by the floods, and how they are adapting their ways of life in response to flooding and other challenges posted by climate change. The Duke and Duchess hope their visit to Northern Pakistan will shine a light on the very real consequences of global warming, and its devastating effects on our planet. 📷 Kensington Palace / PA #RoyalVisitPakistan #Pakistan

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Kensington Palace thanks Pakistan after royal couple’s visit

A day earlier, Kensington Palace, the official Twitter account of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, on Sunday thanked Pakistan, two days after the royal couple wrapped their visit of the country.

“Thank You Pakistan,” said the tweet which was also accompanied by a video offering a a glimpse into the couple’s Pakistan tour.

The video posted by Kensington Palace showed Kate Middleton and Prince William embarking a rickshaw, meeting children at schools, witnessing climate change affects and meeting locals in northern Pakistan.

The video also had scenes from the couple’s meeting with Prime Minister Imran Khan, their visit to Shaukat Khanum Hospital and many other events which they attended during their five-day visit to the Islamic Republic.

After winning the hearts of Pakistanis, British Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton on Friday left for the United Kingdom after completing a five-day visit of Pakistan.

It is pertinent to mention here that the royal couple visited Pakistan as the first royal visit to the country in more than a decade. They were seen off at the Nur Khan airbase by British High Commissioner Thomas Drew and other officials.

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