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US News The Prince in Punjab: Duke and Duchess land in ancient city of Lahore near the Indian border ahead of trip to cancer hospital Diana visited the year before her death

11:25  17 october  2019
11:25  17 october  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, arrive in Lahore during their royal tour of Pakistan. © Getty Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, arrive in Lahore during their royal tour of Pakistan.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived at Lahore Airport today to meet the city's governor before they undertake an emotional visit to the same cancer hospital visited by Diana in the year before her death.

William, accompanied by his wife, Kate, have travelled from the capital Islamabad to the bustling city of Lahore, where they will make a trip to the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre. 

The couple were greeted this morning by officials and a posy of flowers before going into the airport terminal for a private meeting with the Governor of Lahore, and the Duchess looked ethereal in ivory as she arrived.  a group of people posing for the camera: Kate and William walk along the red carpet at Lahore Airport following their arrival this morning as the royal visit to Pakistan continues © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Kate and William walk along the red carpet at Lahore Airport following their arrival this morning as the royal visit to Pakistan continues

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A Royal Air Force plane carrying the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge aborted a landing in Pakistan after being caught in a severe thunderstorm. They also went to the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre, where Prince William's mother, Diana , Princess of Wales

Kate, wearing a shalwar kameez by Gul Ahmed and a shawl by Maheem Khan, kept her husband, Prince William, waiting for a few moments before they stepped off their official RAF Voyager plane.  a man standing next to a woman: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive at Lahore Airport today on the fourth day of their royal tour of Pakistan © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive at Lahore Airport today on the fourth day of their royal tour of Pakistan

Later, at the state-of-the-art cancer facility located in the centre of Lahore, they will visit the children's ward to spend time with patients undergoing treatment at the hospital, and will speak to a number of their families.

The hospital was built by the now Pakistani Prime Minister, former cricketer Imran Khan, in memory of his late mother who died from cancer in 1985. a person wearing a military uniform: The Duchess of Cambridge receives a salute as she gets off the RAF Voyager plane at Lahore Airport in Pakistan today © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Duchess of Cambridge receives a salute as she gets off the RAF Voyager plane at Lahore Airport in Pakistan today

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The duke and duchess spent Thursday daytime exploring Lahore , visiting the Badshahi Mosque and the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre. It brought back memories of William's mother, Diana , Princess of Wales, as they were two locations she visited in the country.

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During his mother's illness, he witnessed the plight of poor cancer patients in his country's hospitals and vowed to build a facility that would be accessible to all, regardless of the status. a couple of people that are talking to each other: The royal couple smile as they are greeted by the welcome party at Lahore this morning before going into the airport terminal © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The royal couple smile as they are greeted by the welcome party at Lahore this morning before going into the airport terminal

The centre opened its doors in 1994 and in February 1996, 18 months before her tragic death, Diana, Princess of Wales visited accompanied by Mr Khan and his former wife, Jemima Goldsmith, a close friend of the royal.

Diana was on a private visit to Pakistan to raise funds for the hospital - as well as meet the family of her great love, Pakistani heart surgeon Hasnat Khan - but had been advised not to undertake the trip due to political tensions with the UK.

a man and a woman taking a selfie: The Duchess of Cambridge receives a salute as she gets off the RAF Voyager plane at Lahore Airport in Pakistan today © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Duchess of Cambridge receives a salute as she gets off the RAF Voyager plane at Lahore Airport in Pakistan today

She was movingly photographed cradling a young patient receiving cancer treatment at the time, which she later cited as one of her most cherished images.

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The couple will also undertake a variety of other engagements across Lahore, known widely across Pakistan as the country's city of culture.

The day will begin with the Duke and Duchess visiting SOS Children's Village, a charitable organisation in the heart of the city established in 1977. 

The Village, which is attached to a school, provides a home and family structure to over 150 young girls and boys, and promotes the development of children into happy, confident and resilient adults. a close up of Diana, Princess of Wales wearing a costume: The Princess of Wales visited the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital twice in the 18 months before her death in 1997 © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Princess of Wales visited the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital twice in the 18 months before her death in 1997

William and Kate will join a birthday party for one of the children, which will involve games, music and traditional Pakistani cakes, and the duchess will say a few words, her first speech of the five-day tour.

Their next engagement will shine a light on Pakistan's national game – cricket – as Their Royal Highnesses visit the National Cricket Academy in Lahore.

Here, the Duke and Duchess will join a match with children who are participating in the British Council's DOSTI programme - Dosti means friendship in Urdu.

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a group of people standing in front of a building: Imran Khan, left, founded the hospital in memory of his mother Shaukat Khanum, who died form cancer in 1985. He is pictured outside its imposing buildings with then-wife Jemima, now Jemima Goldsmith, and Princess Diana in May 1997 © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Imran Khan, left, founded the hospital in memory of his mother Shaukat Khanum, who died form cancer in 1985. He is pictured outside its imposing buildings with then-wife Jemima, now Jemima Goldsmith, and Princess Diana in May 1997

The programme promotes sport as an integral part of child development, and encourages social integration, increased self-esteem, and the development of important life skills in children.

They will also have the opportunity to meet a number of Pakistan's cricketing legends at this event.

Later William and Kate will visit the Badshahi Mosque, the most iconic Islamic site in Lahore, set in the heart of the Walled City.

The royals will tour the mosque and courtyard, before joining a discussion with faith leaders to understand how they are promoting interfaith harmony within their communities.

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