Around 9.30 pm local time (5.30 UK time), the British Royal couple landed at the Nor Khan airbase that is close to the capital of Pakistan, Islamabad.
Royal Visit Pakistan
The couple was greeted by the country’s foreign minister, Shah Mahmud Qureshi. The bouquets of the flower were also presented by the children to the royal couple with great respect.
Kate dressed up with a traditional shalwar-kameez style outfit from one of Princess Diana’s favorite couture houses. When Kate stepped out of the plane, she looked pretty in a blue Catherine Walker dress. Her get-up showed her love with Pakistan and also nodded the memory of her mother in law.
Which Places did The Royal Couple Visit?
The couple arrived on a four-day visit in Pakistan and remained amid extensive security. They visited
- A Government school in Islamabad
- Margalla Hills National Park
- Chiatibo glacier in the Hindu Kush mountain
- Pakistan National Monument
- Met with Kalash People
- National Cricket Academy in Lahore
Meeting with Prime Minister and President
Prince William and Kate Middleton met with Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan for lunch. They recalled the memorable days when Imran Khan announced his ambition of becoming prime minister to William and his mother Diana. Actually Imran khan was a good friend of William’s Mother.
During the Meeting, Kate stunned in a green shirt and white trouser inspired by the country’s traditional shalwar kameez dress. The flag of Pakistan contains two colors, green and white. Pakistanis like to wear these colors on special occasions to show their love with the country.
William and Kate also met with the president Arif Alvi and his wife Samina at the Islamabad Presidential Palace.
The duke and duchess met children
During a visit to the Margalla Hills, local people presented Kate with beautiful flowers. There they met with the children who are taking part in activities to learn about environmental protection.
William frequently spoke on mental health with the teachers and children and also elaborated on the importance of girl’s education.
The visit to the National Monument was interesting and memorable. The couple reached to attend the reception in a well-decorated Rickshaw.
The reception at Pakistan’s historic national monument was hosted by the British High Commissioner for Pakistan Thomas Drews.
In the speech during the reception, William highlighted the issue of climate change and said the glaciers of Pakistan are under threat.
In Bumburet The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge saw several inspiring community-led initiatives that aim to equip local society with the tools they need to adjust to the changing landscape and weather patterns of the area. #RoyalVisitPakistan pic.twitter.com/WKeshq1fKq
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) October 16, 2019
Pakistan is a peaceful country; the hospitality of the people is famous worldwide; it has some of the most mesmerizing tourist destinations.
The Royal Couple’s visit to Pakistan will improve the global image of Pakistan and will increase the influx of foreign tourists. It strengthens relations with the British. Due to this visit, the culture of Pakistan will be promoted.