Prince William and Kate Middleton played virtual Pictionary with Pakistani students

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"This is really hard!"

"I am getting closer and closer to the camera", he joked as he tried to figure out what one girl was sketching.

During the video call, which was reportedly recorded last week, the couple spoke to students to find out about their feelings on being back at school and seeing their teachers and friends in light of COVID-19.

When one lady requested the couple in the event that they like to attract, the duke was modest about his personal expertise.

The Duke and Duchess (pictured) spoke to staff and children at the SOS Children's Village in Lahore, many of whom they met during two visits to the village last October.

Some village children (pictured) also showed the Duke and Duchess the artwork they made about their memories of the visit past year, including drawings and friendship bracelets. "Do you like drawing", a pupil asked the royal couple, to which William answered, "Yes definitely, we both like a little bit of drawing". "Catherine is very good; I am really bad".

"I don't practice enough, that's very true", he admitted.

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They also heard about how they are benefiting from the Teach for Pakistan program, which is a model for the UK's successful "Teach First" project.

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.

They spoke to staff and children, many of whom they met last October, and William was shown a picture that a little boy called Ahmad Ghani had drawn of himself and the duke playing cricket together.

Some of the village children (pictured) showed the Duke and Duchess the artwork they created previous year with memories of their trip, including paintings and friendship bracelets.

Founded in 1977, SOS Children's Village provides a home and family structure for more than one and a half hundred young girls and boys, and promotes child development among happy, confident and stable adults.

William and Kate visited the village twice during their tour where they took part in activities such as cricket and handicrafts, and attended a birthday party for one of the village sponsored children.

The couple talked to residents and care employees to see how they had been responding to the pandemic and William added earlier than the vigorous sport began, "I've by no means recognized Welsh folks to not know the right way to have enjoyable".

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