The Cambridges spoke by videoconference with a school in Islamabad, one year to the day after their official visit to Pakistan.
In October 2019, Kate Middleton and the prince William were traveled to Pakistan for an official visit of a few days. Just one year after this trip, the Cambridges spoke by videoconference with a school for girls in Islamabad. The opportunity to discuss with teachers in order to understand how the classes were upset by the coronavirus crisis, but also to spend a relaxed time with schoolgirls, with whom they played Pictionary.
And it was the children who had to make the princely couple guess the meaning of their drawings. “I’m very glad you were the one drawing, and not us,” William joked. “Do you like to draw?” Asked the students. “Yes clearly, we both like to draw a bit. Catherine is very good, and I am very bad, ”replied the Duke. “Why?” The girls replied. “You are not training enough,” Kate slipped to William’s address. “I do not train enough, it is indeed true”, admitted the prince.
The NGO SOS Children’s Villages always more involved during the pandemic
During their visit to Pakistan last year, the parents of George (7), Charlotte (5) and Louis (2) had provided visits to a school and a orphanage supported by the NGO SOS Children’s Villages. It is the same organization that has helped teachers and schoolchildren put in place protocols to fight the spread of the coronavirus, in particular through special sessions led by doctors and caregivers. The work carried out has also made it possible to support the mental health of staff and children throughout the pandemic, Kate Middleton and Prince William learned during this new video conference.
According to “Daily MailThe children also showed the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge the works they created based on their memories of last year’s visit, including drawings and friendship bracelets.