Prince William and Kate Middleton play pycoarion with Pakistani students

A year after visiting Pakistan, Kate Middleton and Prince William spoke to two organizations they visited in October 2019 after hearing about how they had been affected by the coronavirus epidemic – and joined students in a piracy game

The royal couple first spoke via video call with teachers at Islamabad Model College for Girls to listen to how school activities were affected before students joined the school’s fun guessing game – which asked players to try to identify words from other people’s drawings.

In the adorable clip shared on Kensington Palace Instagram account, a student is heard saying: ‘We want to play a little game with you. So the game is also called pyre.

Faced with this challenge, Prince William replies: ‘We will take it forward!’

One year after their tour of Pakistan, Kate Middleton and Prince William (pictured) spoke via video call to two companies they visited in October 2012.

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 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).

As soon as a student begins his first drawing, the Duchess of Cambridge begins to speculate.

‘Is it marriage?’ He asks, but as soon as he says ‘no’ to the prince, Prince William guesses the correct answer – a birthday party

‘It’s really hard!’ Kate added, to which the Duke joked: ‘I’m so glad you’re drawing boys and we don’t have to draw.’

In the next round, Prince William admits: ‘I came close to the camera’ – but his tactic seemed to work because the royal couple quickly marked the drawing as ‘cricket’.

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Following their fun game, Kate asks the students if they appreciate coming back to school now – and sees their friends and teachers.

‘Yes, very happy,’ one disciple asked before answering if he liked the pair’s drawing.

The Duke and Duchess (pictured) spoke to staff and children at the SOS Children's Village in Lahore, many of whom they met during two visits to the village last October.

The Duke and Duchess (pictured) spoke to staff and children at the SOS Children’s Village in Lahore, many of whom they met during two visits to the village last October.

Some of the village children (pictured) showed the Duke and Duchess the artwork they created last year with memories of their trip, including paintings and friendship bracelets.

Some of the village children (pictured) showed the Duke and Duchess the artwork they created last year with memories of their trip, including paintings and friendship bracelets.

‘Yes, of course, we both want to draw something,’ replied Prince William. ‘Catherine is very good, I’m really bad.’

Kate added: ‘He doesn’t practice enough.’

During their visit to the government-run school last year, the Duke of Cambridge and the Duchess met with sixth-form students from kindergarten.

They also heard about how they are benefiting from the Teach for Pakistan program, which is a model for the UK’s successful ‘Teach First’ project.

During this call, the teachers talked about how the staff had transformed their activities with the Duke and Duchess, when the school was closed by providing students and WhatsApp packs to the school between March and September.

The Duke and Duchess then spoke to staff and children at the SOS Children’s Village in Lahore, many of whom they met during two visits to the village last October.

Kate Middleton and Prince William began to guess as soon as one of the students started drawing (Figure)

Kate Middleton and Prince William began to guess as soon as one of the students started drawing (Figure)

Prince William and Kate heard about the work that has been done to train children in the village to deal with the spread of COVD-19 through special sessions led by medical and medical staff and to support the mental health of their staff and children across the epidemic.

Some of the children in the village also showed the Duke and Duchess the artwork they had created about their travel memories last year, including drawings and friendship bracelets.

Founded in 1977, SOS Children’s Village provides a home and family structure for more than one and a half hundred young girls and boys, and promotes child development among happy, confident and stable adults.

The Duke and Duchess visited the village twice during their visit, where they participated in a number of activities, including cricket, fine arts and crafts, and attended a children’s birthday party supported in the village.

Prince William joked during the game: 'I'm glad you're drawing boys and we don't have to draw'

Prince William joked during the game: ‘I’m glad you’re drawing boys and we don’t have to draw’

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