Prince William and Kate Middleton had yet another jam-packed itinerary on Day 4 of their Pakistan royal tour Thursday.
William and Kate surprised kids at a birthday party, as they stopped off at the SOS Children’s Village, which is a charity in Lahore that provides a home to over 150 boys and girls.
They helped celebrate three kids’ birthdays — Iman, 12, Ibrahim, 6, and Daniyal, 8 — with the royals even playing games, listening to music, and having traditional Pakistani cakes.
Kate once again dressed to impress for the engagement, wearing a cream salwar kameez by Gul Ahmed and shawl by Maheen Khan.
William joked about his age during the visit, with one child saying he looked 21.
Kate then gave her first speech of the tour, according to People, which included: “We have been really moved and touched by what we have seen, and by the happy home you have made.
“I’m aware that many of you have experienced extremely difficult times in your lives. But it is inspiring to see how you have used your strength and positivity to help transform the lives of so many young children here.”
The couple’s day also included a friendly game of cricket, with them getting cheers from the crowd at the National Cricket Academy in Lahore.
They will then visit the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital, where Princess Diana famously comforted sick children back in 1996 and 1997.