William and Kate meet Aga Khan ahead of visit to Pakistan

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William and Kate meet Aga Khan ahead of visit to Pakistan

"Today The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined His Highness The Aga Khan for a special event at the Aga Khan Centre, ahead of their official visit to Pakistan later this month".

Britain's Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, meet a schoolgirl as they visit the Aga Khan Centre on Wednesday.

Prince William and Kate Middleton said that they were looking forward to trying Pakistani food. "The children have a portion with no spice, yours is medium", Kate said to William. "And I quite like it hot", she added.

William told the guests that he likes his moderately-spicy, something that one person told him does not exist in Pakistan.

"Charlotte is pretty good with heat", Middleton said.

While discussing typical meals at home, Middleton revealed that she enjoys making curry from scratch. "I love spice but not heat", he said.

"I'm having a see forward to it anyway. I'm going to need a bigger suit".

"Fully and curry - unquestionably!"

But William, also 37, confirmed their food doesn't get delivered to Kensington Palace - where they reside in London - and, instead, a member of staff picks it up for them.

On being requested what they assign on at some level of relax nights at home, William talked about, "I've bought my at ease clothes, sure". The trip was requested by Britain's Foreign and Commonwealth Office and will follow in the footsteps of previous Pakistan tours carried out by Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles in 2006, Princess Diana in 1996 and Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip in both 1961 and 1997. Esteem us on Facebook or apply us on Twitter and Instagram for newest data and are residing data updates.

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