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US News Pakistan PM was ‘shocked’ by impact of Diana’s death

16:25  20 october  2019
16:25  20 october  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Imran Khan was “ shocked ” by the impact Princess Diana ’ s death had on people in Pakistan , he has told CNN. The Pakistani prime minister spoke after meeting Reminders of William’s mother Diana , Princess of Wales, began during their first engagement when a young girl at a government-run school

The Pakistani prime minister spoke after meeting with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on their royal tour last week.

  Pakistan PM was ‘shocked’ by impact of Diana’s death © Getty

Imran Khan was “shocked” by the impact Princess Diana’s death had on people in Pakistan, he has told CNN.

The Pakistani prime minister spoke after meeting with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on their royal tour last week, and revealed how the death of Diana, Princess of Wales affected his home nation.

He told the broadcaster: “I was touring my constituency when I heard of the accident, and I can tell you that the impact it had on the people shocked me.

Imran Khan, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge standing next to a man wearing a suit and tie: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge walk alongside Imran Khan (Andrew Parsons/PA) © Andrew Parsons The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge walk alongside Imran Khan (Andrew Parsons/PA)

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Pakistan 's prime minister Imran Khan says he was " shocked " and "amazed" by the effect Princess Diana ' s death had on people in his country. He was speaking after meeting her son Prince William and Kate during their royal tour last week. Mr Khan revealed how Pakistanis reacted with sorrow after the

UK News. Pakistan PM was ‘ shocked ’ by impact of Diana ’ s death .

“But when they heard of accident and her death… I was amazed at how Princess Diana had penetrated, even in these rural constituencies.”

Mr Khan also chatted with William and Kate about his journey to becoming prime minister, having first met the prince in the 1990s, not long after he started his political party.

Princess Diana's visit to Pakistan in September 1991 © Getty Princess Diana's visit to Pakistan in September 1991

The former international cricketer said: “It’s 23 years since I started my political movement and I assumed that it would be very easy, here’s my party and I would go out and people would vote for me.

“Little did I realise what I would go through to get here.”

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Firdous Ashiq Awan, Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Imran Khan standing in front of a crowd posing for the camera: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with Imran Khan following a meeting at his official residence in Islamabad during the second day of the royal visit (PA) © Provided by The Press Association The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with Imran Khan following a meeting at his official residence in Islamabad during the second day of the royal visit (PA)

The prime minister met the duke and duchess during their five-day tour to Pakistan, which saw them enjoy a wide range of locations, cultures and occasions in the country.

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Reminders of William’s mother Diana, Princess of Wales, began during their first engagement when a young girl at a government-run school said she was a “big fan” of the late princess.

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