The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate Middleton, are visiting Pakistan for the very first time.
They arrived in Pakistan on 14th October 2019 ie Monday and will stay here till 18th October 2019 ie Friday at the request of The Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
The Duke and Duchess’ program commended the recorded connection among Britain and Pakistan. It also concentrated mainly on displaying Pakistan as it is today – a dynamic, optimistic and forward-looking country.
They Will travel from the contemporary capital of Islamabad to the city of Lahore. From the rocky farmland in the North and the rough outskirt districts toward the West. The visit took place in Pakistan’s rich culture, its assorted networks, and its wonderful scenes.
These past 4 days have been quite overwhelming for all the royal fans.
Let’s see what we have in store for the 5th day?
On their last day in Pakistan, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will take doggies through their paces on a visit to Islamabad’s Army Canine Center. It is displayed on the UK’s Defense Animal Training Center at Melton Mowbray.
The United Kingdom has given preparing and guidance to the Pakistan Armed Forces for over 10 years. As of now, breeds and train pooches to recognize explosives, by supporting the Pakistan Counter Improvised Explosive Device program.
William and Kate will join hound handlers for an instructional course before taking a portion of the little dogs through a deftness preparing action. Next, the royal couple will take to the skies to fly over the Khyber Pass – a key vital course among Pakistan and Afghanistan with a rich history.
They will visit the military post with sensational perspectives over the Hindu Kush and Tora Bora Mountains. This is where Osama Bin Laden was found.
The Duke and Duchess will at that point come back to the Nur Khan Air Force Base in Rawalpindi for their official takeoff and come back to the UK.