Prince William and Kate Middleton compete in virtual Pictionary game with students

Prince William reveals Kate Middleton is better at this than him

William and Kate had visited Pakistan in October past year and had made a trip to the SOS Village in Lahore and the Islamabad Model College for Girls.

"Is it a wedding?"

The Duke, who wore a shirt and a blazer with no tie, said, "I'm really glad you are drawing and we don't have to draw".

"I am getting closer and closer to the camera", he joked as he tried to figure out what one girl was sketching.

When one lady requested the couple in the event that they like to attract, the duke was modest about his personal expertise.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have played a virtual game of Pictionary with children in Pakistan. "Catherine is very good, I'm really bad".

Some of the children in the village also showed the Duke and Duchess the artwork they had created about their travel memories a year ago, including drawings and friendship bracelets. William asked Faisal: "Has anything changed on the mental health front in terms of being a bit more acknowledged or recognised in the country since we were there?"

Kate added, "It's not practicing enough".


While visiting the government-run school a year ago, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met pupils from kindergarten to sixth grade.

They also heard about how they are benefiting from the Teach for Pakistan program, which is a model for the UK's successful "Teach First" project.

During this call, the teachers talked about how the staff had transformed their activities with the Duke and Duchess, when the school was closed by providing students and WhatsApp packs to the school between March and September.

According to a statement from the Kensington Royal Instagram page, supporting families in the pre-birth stage has been a very important topic for the duchess who also spoke to medical experts regarding the work they're now doing to develop preventative measures in risky births.

Some village children also showed the Duke and Duchess the artwork they made about their memories of the visit past year, including drawings and friendship bracelets.

The SOS Children's Village, founded in 1977, offers more than 150 young girls and boys a home and family structure and promotes the development of children into happy, self-confident and resilient adults.

The Duke and Duchess visited the village twice during their tour where they participated in a number of activities, including cricket, arts and crafts, and joined a birthday party for one of the children supported by the village.

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