October 19, 2019

Kate Middleton, Prince William Surprised 3 Children at Their Birthday Party at the SOS Children's Village in Pakistan

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Kate Middleton and Prince William are making kids’ dreams come true during their tour of Pakistan.

Day four of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s tour of Pakistan was all about making kids excited.

As reported by People Magazine, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were special guests at three kids’ birthday parties. 

Prince William and Kate Middleton take part in a number of activities to show Pakistan's effort to meet sustainable development goals at Margallah Hills National Park. | Photo: Getty Images


For the day’s engagement, William and Kate visited the SOS Children’s Village in Lahore to celebrate the birthdays of Iman, 12, Ibrahim, 6, and Daniyal, 8.

The royal couple engaged in games, music, and eating traditional Pakistani cakes and of course, singing happy birthday to the celebrants!

Prince William and Kate Middleton visit SOS Children's village during tour of Pakistan. | Photo: Getty Images


The birthday celebration began with William and Kate being a part of a musical storytelling session, after which they were given brightly-colored finger puppets.

The duke interacted with the kids and asked them how old they thought he was. One of the kids answered, saying twenty-one, and the prince seemed delighted by the answer.

Prince William and Kate Middleton visit SOS Children's village and interact with kids during tour of Pakistan. | Photo: Getty Images


Prince William also talked about his children and how close in age they were to the kids of the charity. He said:

“I have my own children. A little boy called Louis, and then there is Charlotte and then George, who is 6. He’s almost as old as you.”


A photo of the celebration was shared on Twitter by Kensington Palace, and the kids sure looked excited having the royals by their side.

As revealed by Entertainment Tonight, the charity provides a home to over 150 boys and girls. 

It was established in 1977 and aims to promote the development of children into happy, confident, and resilient adults, which is a cause dear to Kate’s heart.


Throughout the Cambridges’ tour of Pakistan, the duchess has been giving major fashion goals and honoring her late mother-in-law while at it.

For day 3 of their tour, which saw the couple visit Pakistan mountains and visit local villages in Chitral Valley, Kate wore a traditional Chitral hat, Entertainment Tonight reveals.

Kate Middleton during a visit to a settlement of the Kalash people in Chitral, Pakistan. | Photo: Getty Images

The hat was similar to the one Princess Diana wore when she visited the nation 18 years ago. She paired the hat with a brown ensemble consisting of a long-sleeved shirt and a flowy skirt and rocked a pair of suede boots. 

The Cambridges’ tour is shaping up to be a memorable event!