Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have message for people of Pakistan ahead of arrival at Islamabad

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Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have message for people of Pakistan ahead of arrival at Islamabad

LONDON - Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have message for people of Pakistan ahead of arrival at Islamabad after few days.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have expressed excitement and love for Pakistan visit. They are also looking for good foods in Pakistan.

They said they are excited to visit Pakistan to meet its people and to witness and experience its beautiful culture, although the Duke of Cambridge is wary of spicy food and the Duchess likes spicy food!

Prince William and Kate Middleton were speaking to around 70 select Pakistanis at the Aga Khan Centre at an exclusive reception hosted for them by His Highness the Aga Khan in association with Pakistan High Commission.

The royal couple visited the centre for two hours ahead of their Royal Highnesses’ official visit to Pakistan, which will take place between Monday 14 and Friday, 18 October.

Pakistan’s High Commissioner to the UK Nafees Zakaria and the Aga Khan welcomed the royal couple when they arrived for the visit of the centre. While the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 37, mingled with the guests, a Pakistani musician played tabla in the background.

The couple were seen going round to the guests and asked them questions about Pakistan and the work they did.