Prince William reveals Kate Middleton is better at this than him

Lawrence Kim
October 18, 2020

Duchess Kate wore the lovely look to play cricket when she and William were in Lahore.

The final drawing put to the couple showed a game of cricket - a subject which came up in their call with children from the SOS Children's Village.

After William and Kate found out how the coronavirus pandemic had affected school activities, they were invited to take part in a Pictionary game with three students.

During the video call, which was reportedly recorded last week, the couple spoke to students to find out about their feelings on being back at school and seeing their teachers and friends in light of COVID-19.

As soon as a student begins his first drawing, the Duchess of Cambridge begins to speculate. The Duke added, "I don't practice enough, that is very true".

William and Kate were tasked with guessing what the children were drawing.

Kate also congratulated the teachers for doing an "amazing job" with the students and said they are their "life line" in this hard time.

The couple were also shown friendship bracelets made by a little girl called Minahil Kabeer. "Yes, definitely. We both like a little bit of drawing", quipped William. "Catherine is very good".

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's 2019 visit marked the first time royals had toured the country since 2006. During their visit, they learnt more about the Teach for Pakistan program, which is modelled on the UK's successful "Teach First" scheme.

During the call, faculty spoke to The Duke and Duchess about how to adapt their operations during the school's closure between March and September by providing pupils and instructional packages via WhatsApp.

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.

Some of the children in the village also showed the Duke and Duchess the artwork they had created about their travel memories past year, including drawings and friendship bracelets.

Established in 1977, SOS Children's Village provides a home and family structure to over 150 young girls and boys, and promotes the development of children into happy, 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.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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