The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton spoke with CNN in Lahore, Pakistan on Thursday, where the royal couple were visiting a village SOS for children, a charity founded in the late 1970s, the project provides 150 orphaned children with a home and family life to help children develop to lead a normal life.
The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton said: “I really wanted William to visit a village SOS for children”. Middleton said “There’s so many vulnerable women here, but they’ve really used their positivity and the support that the Village here provides them … to support and protect the next generation of children in their care and give them the best possible start to their future lives.”
According to CNN, Kate Middleton addressed a crowd of people, saying what she saw in the children’s village. “It is the kind of relationship that interests us”, she said.
She ended her speech with a few words from Urdu and wished 3 children a happy birthday.
The Royal couple during their tour, seeing them join the cricket game at the National Cricket Academy before visiting Badshahi Mosque, known as the most famous Islamic site in Lahore. The couple also visited a hospital and a pediatric research center.
Participation was undoubtedly a touching moment for the future heir to the British throne. His late mother, Princess Diana, had previously visited the medical hospital as guest of the current Prime Minister, Imran Khan, where the royal couple visited some children before meeting their families.
During the visit to Pakistan, the couple enjoyed a ride on Rickshaw (three-wheeler) in Lahore.