A year after their visit to Pakistan, Kate Middleton and Prince William spoke to two organizations they visited in October 2019 to hear how they have been affected by the coronavirus epidemic – and join the students in the Pictionary game,

The royal couple first spoke to teachers from Islamabad Model College for Girls over a video call to hear how the school’s activities have been affected, before joining the pupils in a fun guessing game – which asks players to try to recognize words from pictures drawn by someone else.

In the amazing clip shared with Kensington Palace Instagram On the math, a student could be heard saying: We want to play a little game with you. Therefore the game is called Pictionary.

Faced with the challenge, Prince William replies: “We’ll give it a try!”

A year after their visit to Pakistan, Kate Middleton and Prince William (pictured) spoke to two organizations they visited in October 2019 via a video call.

The royal couple first spoke to teachers from Islamabad Model College for Girls over a video call to hear how the school's activities have been affected, before joining the pupils in the Pictionary game (pictured)

The royal couple first spoke to teachers from Islamabad Model College for Girls over a video call to hear how the school’s activities have been affected, before joining the pupils in the Pictionary game (pictured)

Once the pupil first starts painting, the Duchess of Cambridge begins to guess.

“Is it a wedding?” I ask, but quickly after telling the king “no,” Prince William guesses the correct answer – birthday party.

“This is really difficult!” Kate added, to which the Duke joked, “I’m so happy you guys are drawing and we don’t have to.”

In the next round, Prince William admits: “I am getting closer and closer to the camera” – but his tactic appears to be working as the royal couple soon determined that the drawing was “cricket”.

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After this fun game, Kate went to ask students if they would appreciate going back to school now – and seeing their friends and teachers.

One student replied, “Yes, very happy” before asking if the couple liked to draw.

The Duke and Duchess (pictured) also spoke to the staff and children from SOS Children's Village in Lahore, who met several of them during two visits to the village last October.

The Duke and Duchess (pictured) also spoke to the staff and children from SOS Children’s Village in Lahore, who met several of them during two visits to the village last October.

Some village children (pictured) also showed the Duke and Duchess the artworks they had created around their memories from last year's visit, including drawings and friendship bracelets.

Some village children (pictured) also showed the Duke and Duchess the artwork they made about their memories of the visit last year, including drawings and friendship bracelets.

Prince William replied, “Yes sure, we both like a little bit of painting.” “Catherine is very good, I’m really bad.”

Kate added, “It’s not practicing enough.”

While visiting the government-run school last year, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met pupils from kindergarten to sixth grade.

They also heard more about how they had benefited from the ‘Teach Pakistan’ program, which was modeled on the successful UK ‘Teach First’ scheme.

During the call, faculty spoke to The Duke and Duchess about how to adapt their operations during the school’s closure between March and September by providing pupils and instructional packages via WhatsApp.

The Duke and Duchess then spoke to the staff and children from SOS Children’s Village in Lahore, who met several of them during two visits to the village last October.

Pupils said they'd like to play Pictionary with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (pictured)

Pupils said they’d like to play Pictionary with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (pictured)

Prince William and Kate heard how the village helped teach children how to combat the spread of COVID-19 through special sessions led by doctors and medical staff, and the work being done to support the mental health of their staff and children across the pandemic.

Some village children also showed the Duke and Duchess the artwork they made about their memories of the visit last year, including drawings and friendship bracelets.

Founded in 1977, SOS Children’s Village provides a home and family structure to more than 150 girls and young people, and encourages children’s development into happy, confident and resilient adults.

The Duke and Duchess visited the village twice during their tour where they participated in a number of activities, including cricket, arts and crafts, and joined a birthday party for one of the children supported by the village.

During the match, Prince William joked:

During the match, Prince William joked, “I am very happy you guys that you are drawing and we don’t have to.”