The royal couple left Pakistan on Friday after visiting an army dog training school, a day after a severe thunderstorm forced them to change their schedule and stay the night in Lahore.
The latter half - in Lahore - saw the royal couple visit the SOS Village for orphans, play cricket with children and members of Pakistan's cricket team at the National Cricket Academy, attend a religious tolerance event at the Badshahi Mosque, and make an emotional trip to the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre, which the late Princess Diana (William's mother) had twice visited to help raise funds for.
Saba Shahzadi, 28, said she came to SOS when she was eight and still lived there, acting as a mentor to the children, while working as a manager for Nestle in Pakistan. The Duchess could be heard saying "so amusing", as she got in and then when a voice off-camera said, "Enjoy", the mum-of-three responded: "Thank you so much, we'll see you there".
"The community at the SOS Village is built around family - and the best possible family you could imagine - where everyone comes together to nurture, love and protect the children in their care".
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"It was unbelievable seeing some of the geography, but then to see some of the community activities has been really special".
"You have shown us too that it is not simply a term that describes the relationship between blood relatives".
Kate - who, before the tour started, had been especially looking forward to visiting SOS - later spoke about the fate that had enabled them to return to the orphanage for a second time.
"One, it's about quality relationships and two, the environment". "I'm so glad we came back to get the full picture", she said as her husband added, "I could feel that there was more to talk about".
Afterward, William and Kate were gifted friendship bracelets by a group of children, with William telling them "I won't take it off".
Many journalists accompanied the royal couple on the visit.