"Few of us have experienced turbulence as bad as that", she added.
Kate, William, and the rest of the passengers and crew all landed safely and unharmed back at the airport in Lahore, and were awaiting the storm to pass so they could head out to Islamabad again. "Katherine was 31 when she had George and had been married over 2 years - why would they wait any longer to have a child?" the royal fan said. There was no immediate statement from Kensington Palace. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are in Pakistan as part of their Royal tour.
While a visit to the hospital is a meaningful one for the Duke and Duchess, the royal couple will also participate in other special engagements throughout Lahore, Pakistan's city of culture. "The village we've seen here today is the best representation of that ideal that I could have possibly imagined", she said.
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Earlier in the day, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the National Cricket Academy in Lahore where they played a game of cricket.
William sported a sky blue shirt while Kate stepped out on the field wearing a white salwar suit.
The British royal couple also visited Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre in Lahore where they inquired about the health of patients.
They also vistaed a settlement of the Kalash people, a small indigenous group living in the Chitral region where they met with young people and wore colourful local scarves and headwear while being treated to song and dance.
There are promising signs, such as the British Airways return earlier this year after more than a decade, and the slow but steady revival of worldwide cricket.