Inside the Royal tuk-tuk! New video shows Kate and William giggling as they travel by traditional taxi on their triumphant Pakistan tour
- Kate heard saying ‘too funny’ as she and William board special decorated vehicle
- As a woman is heard saying ‘enjoy’, the duchess replies ‘thank you so much’
- Video was uploaded by Kensington Palace with the caption ‘Thank you Pakistan’
Published: 18:14 BST, 20 October 2019 | Updated: 18:20 BST, 20 October 2019
Kate is heard saying ‘too funny’ as she and William board the vehicle, which had British and Pakistani flags painted behind the seats.
As a woman is heard saying ‘enjoy’, the duchess replies ‘thank you so much, we’ll see you there’ before the video cuts to highlights of the tour.
A new video released today showed William and Kate riding in a specially decorated tuk tuk
The five-day trip has been widely seen as a success and was described by Kate as ‘special and amazing’ in a rare TV interview.
She spoke to CNN during an engagement in the city of Lahore on Thursday, where the royal couple were visiting the charitable organization SOS Children’s Village.
With Prince William stood beside her, she said that the five-day official trip had allowed the couple to see a lot of the country.
Referring to the SOS Children’s Village project, she said: ‘There’s so many vulnerable women here but they’ve really used their positivity and the support that the village here provides them.
Kate is heard saying ‘too funny’ as she and William board the vehicle, which had British and Pakistani flags painted behind the seats
The video then cuts to highlights of their trip, including this photo of Kate playing cricket
‘They have done it to support and protect the next generation of children in their care and give them the best possible start to their future lives.’
On Thursday night the royals had to delay their flight to Islamabad due to an electric storm, but later eventually landed in the Pakistani capital the following day and visited a bomb dog training centre.
Hours after they were seen waving from the steps of an RAF voyager to make their way back to Britain for the weekend.
Kensington Palace has also released photos that Kate took of a Pakistani family she and her husband met by the roadside in the remote Hindu Kush mountains.
Kate and William speak to local schoolchildren learning about conservation in the Margalla Hills National Park
The Duchess feeds a trainee bomb sniffer dog during a visit to an Army training centre in Islamabad
The Duke of Cambridge also got involved in the fun, with the couple showing their natural fondness for dogs