- Prince William and his wife, Kate, recently touched down in Pakistan for a historic five-day visit
- The couple, who have been visiting several unique sites, made a stop at Badshahi Mosque
- A Twitter user, Emily Andrews, shared the images of the couple on her page
Briefly.co.za earlier reported how Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and his wife, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, were chauffeured in a decorated keke to Pakistan's national monument as they absorbed the best of Pakistan on a historic five-day visit.
Just recently, photos emerged of the royal couple making a stop at the Badshahi Mosque. It was built by Emperor Aurangzeb in 1671, and is considered the largest mosque of the Mughal-era and is the second-largest mosque in Pakistan.
In the historic visit, the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate, can be seen dressed in beautiful green number and a green scarf to cover her hair. Her husband, Prince William, also looked regal in his suit and tie.
A Twitter user, Emily Andrews, shared the images of the royal couple on her page showing how they are enjoying their every moment in Pakistan. See below:
Meanwhile, an old and rare photo of Maryam Babangida, wife of General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida, with Princess of Wales, Diana, the mother of Prince William and Prince Harry of the British royal family, has emerged.
The photo shows Maryam Babangida and Princess Diana together at an event. The two were seen walking together in one photo and talking to each other in another photo. It was gathered that the event where the photos were taken at, took place at Tafawa Balewa Square in Nigeria on 16 March, 1989.
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