Prince William, Kate at Badshahi Mosque join discussion on promoting interfaith harmony

Brenda Watkins
October 18, 2019

Later, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Princess Kate Middleton left Lahore for Islamabad amid tight security.

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Diana, Princess Of Wales poses with Imran Khan and Jemima Khan during a visit to the Shaukat Memorial Hospital in Lahore, Pakistan.

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While the plane's passengers and the royal press corps were "looking a little shaken", Kate and William seemed "fine". Rehmani told the real-life princess that she wants to become a doctor, proudly showing off her toy kit. During their appearance, the couple celebrated the birthdays of three children with traditional Pakistani cakes.

The outlet reported William and Middleton started their day at the SOS Children's Village, a charity in Lahore that provides a home and family structure to over 150 children. "The village we've seen here today is the best representation of that ideal that I could have possibly imagined", she said.

A fierce storm in Islamabad forced a plane carrying Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate to abandon two landings before returning to Lahore late Thursday, reporters travelling with them said, in a dramatic end to a day of cracking cricket balls and touring the towering historic Badshahi Mosque. Emaan, Ibrahim aur Daniyal apni salgirah pur bulanay ka bohat shukria", which translates as: "Hello, peace be upon you. The head covering was necessary for the visit to the Badshahi Mosque - Pakistan's second largest - which dates back to 1671, and is considered one of the city's most famous landmarks. They were given a history of the building before sitting cross-legged with faith leaders for a group discussion on how they are promoting interfaith harmony within their communities. Dr. Ayesha Leghari, a Sunni Muslim scholar, said afterwards that the couple had been "interested and empathetic listeners", adding, "They were very responsive and very charming".

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