Earlier, as the Cambridges are in Lahore, Governor Punjab Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar and Chief Minister Usman Buzdar had presented souvenirs to Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton upon their arrival.
Soon after, Kate and William were seen making their way to the National Cricket Academy. They also listened to the recitation of the Holy Quran.
According to the text of the resolution, Princess Kate Middleton promoted Pakistani culture by wearing a Pakistani dress.
This will be followed by a visit to a Kalash village.
Earlier in the day, Prince William - who is second in line to the throne, and Kate had joined locals in a cricket match in Lahore before a trip to a cancer hospital that his mother, Princess Diana, visited a year before her death.
There, the duchess had a tea party on one little girl's bed and they celebrated another child's birthday by singing Happy Birthday. They were also given cricket bats as gifts for their kids back home, though an official told the couple that Prince Louis' bat "is bigger than he is".
Their day was jam-packed with engagements reminiscent of the late Princess Diana's visit in the 1990s.
Adorable, isn't it. Kate and William's Pakistan visit will come to an end tomorrow.
While they were there, Kate spoke with a young woman named Diana, who is part of an emergency response team that's become vital in the area, which has been hard hit by the effects of climate change due to the melting of the nearby Chiatigo glacier.
Upon reaching the Bumburate Valley, the couple was given a red-carpet reception by the Kalasha community - led by MPA Wazir Zada - from where they drove to a number of sites devastated by flash floods in 2015.
Jennifer Quail, a former student at the George Washington University, said that there was no reason for the royal couple to wait for a few more years.