ISLAMABAD: The British Royal couple, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Prince William and Kate Middleton have arrived in Islamabad on Monday on a five-day official go to to Pakistan.
The visiting couple was given guard of honour on their arrival on the Noor Khan Airbase. Overseas Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi welcomed Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Streets in Islamabad and across the nation have been buzzing with festivities and celebrations to honour the royal pair with greater than 1,000 cops deployed for his or her safety over the span of their five-day go to.
As per the schedule introduced by Overseas Workplace, Prince William and Princess Kate Middleton will meet Prime Minister Imran Khan and President Arif Alvi on October 15.
Afterward, William and Kate will journey to Lahore on October 16, arriving a day later (Oct 17) in Chitral.
The royal couple, after the completion of their tour to Pakistan, will return to Britain on Oct 18.
In the meantime, British Excessive Commissioner in Pakistan Thomas Drew stated throughout their five-day go to, the Royal couple would go to the ‘breadth and depth’ of Pakistan.
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In his video message shared on Twitter, the Excessive Commissioner had stated the go to would largely deal with showcasing Pakistan as a dynamic, aspirational and forward-looking nation.
It’s the first royal go to to Pakistan in 13 years. The final one was by Charles, the Prince of Wales, and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, who spent 5 days in Pakistan in 2006.