Published: Sun, October 18, 2020

Kate Middleton spotted off-duty in London - wearing STUNNING Zara dress

Kate Middleton spotted off-duty in London - wearing STUNNING Zara dress

It's been one year since The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge toured Pakistan, and to mark the occasion they spoke to two of the organisations they visited to hear how the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has been affecting them.

When it comes to drawing, Kate Middleton takes the crown in her household.

The duke, wearing a shirt and blazer with no tie, said: "I'm really glad you guys are drawing and we're not having to draw".

In the next round, Prince William admits: "I am getting closer and closer to the camera" - but his tactic appears to be working as the royal couple soon determined that the drawing was "cricket".

"Sure, undoubtedly, we each like a little bit little bit of drawing", William stated. William quickly suggested "Birthday", which was the correct answer, and Kate said, "Very good". "You don't practice enough", Kate, who actually has an art history degree, teased her husband-leading him to agree. He agreed, saying that was "very true".

Kate enjoyed arts and crafts with the students at SOS Children's Village in Lahore on October 18, 2019.


The royal couple first spoke to teachers from Islamabad Model College for Girls via video call to listen to how school activities were affected, before the students joined the game in the school dictionary (pictured). The royals also saluted the teachers and staff and told them they were doing an awesome job.

Kate looked attractive in what appeared to be an ivory ensemble accented with detailed buttons. It brought to mind the shalwar kameez by Gul Ahmed and shawl by Maheen Khan she donned on the Pakistan royal tour.

In the wonderful clip shared with Kensington Palace Instagram On the math, a student could be heard saying: We want to play a little game with you.

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.

The Duke and Duchess (pictured) also spoke to the staff and children from SOS Children's Village in Lahore, who met several of them during two visits to the village last October. It's also a time when everyone needs a attractive escape. Here at Hello! Canada, we're still busy creating the magazine you know and love, to spread positivity and provide some entertainment as a gentle reprieve from all the hard news.

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