The duke and duchess were welcomed by a drummer as they arrived at the Bradford Khidmat Centre for their third engagement of the day, after meeting youngsters at City Hall and making milkshakes at a restaurant. "He's gorgeous. It makes me feel broody", Kate admitted.
In a candid moment with the women, the Duchess revealed she had struggled to hone her knitting skills in the past. I tried to knit him a very special jumper, but I got half way down and it splattered.
The royal couple at MyLahore. "Kate was joining in with the nursery rhymes and dancing with Sorayah".
Prince William is the Duke of Cambridge, while his younger brother Prince Harry is the Duke of Sussex, but the latter and his wife recently announced their decision to step down as senior members of the royal family. Before the summit could begin, Prince Philip could be seen being driven out of the Sandringham estate on Monday.
What's more, those who attended - specifically Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince Harry - were also required to be born into the British royal family.
They also met Bradford local boxer, Amir Khan. We look forward to sharing the full details of this exciting next step in due course, as we continue to collaborate with Her Majesty The Queen, The Prince of Wales, The Duke of Cambridge and all relevant parties. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Lahore during their tour to Pakistan in October a year ago.
During a discussion with David Baldwin, chief executive of Burnley Football Club, William discussed injured Villa goalkeeper Tom Heaton.
The duke said: "Poor Tom, it's a awful injury". A source told Us Weekly Kate is "hoping that in the new year, the cousins will spend more time together".
For the occasion, the mum of three wore a printed dress by Zara (reduced from £89.99 to £15.99 in the sale, but sold out) under a new forest green, military-inspired coat - likely by her wedding dress designer, Alexander McQueen.
Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, 38, has been labelled "thrifty" for her tendency to wear high street brands.
The Pakistani jewellery designer was favoured by the duchess during their visit to Pakistan in October.