After Prince William and Kate Middleton's plane was forced to abort its landing twice and return to Lahore on Thursday, the latter expressed that they are hugely grateful to the pilot and crew who looked after them during the risky thunderstorm.
In a post on the Kensington Royal account, Catherine shared a series of photographs from the tour, including one of William holding hands with and hugging two young boys at the National Cricket Academy and another of his wife having a giggle with a group of girls.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge captioned their video "Thank you Pakistan!" in both English and Urdu, " شکریہ پاکستان".
She was interviewed by CNN during the royal couple's visit to SOS Children's Village, which provides shelter to 150 orphaned children besides helping kids develop into happy, confident and resilient adults. The mom of three had feigned pain and clutched her neck while the prince collapsed into laughter and told the children "Ha!"
Referring to it being their second visit, Kate said she was "so glad we came back to get the full picture", while William replied: "I could feel that there was more to talk about".
William was even gifted a handmade bracelet by one of the children, which he has since been seen wearing.
Geo adds: Duke of Cambridge Prince William Friday said the security relationship between the United Kingdom and Pakistan was keeping the people of Britain safe, according to a report published by the UK-based news outlet British Broadcasting Corporation.
Saba Shahzadi, 28, said she came to SOS when she was eight and still lived there, acting as a mentor to the children, while working as a manager for Nestle in Pakistan.
"It was wonderful seeing some of the geography, but then to see some of the community activities has been really special".
A highlight of the royal couple's recent tour of Pakistan was their glamorous arrival in a motorized rickshaw to a special reception held in their honor, and now fans are getting their first-ever glimpse inside the tricked out ride.