Prince William and Kate Middleton in Pakistan: Mehwish Hayat is Pleased to Meet the Prince

Prince William and Kate Middleton in Pakistan: Mehwish Hayat is Pleased to Meet the Prince

Prince William and Kate Middleton attended a reception in Pakistan with many prominent Pakistani personalities. Mehwish Hayat was also present there.
Prince William and Kate Middleton in Pakistan: Mehwish Hayat is Pleased to Meet the Prince

Prince William and Kate Middleton attended a reception by the British High Commissioner at Pakistan Monument in Islamabad on October 15th, 2019. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were dressed in coordinated green clothes exuding the royal vibes. Prince William dressed in a green sherwani and trousers to pay respect to the Pakistani culture. He is the first British royal ever to have worn sherwani since he usually keeps it conservative and formal. The reception was attended by many big names of the showbiz, sports, politics, business, and almost all walks of life. The important showbiz personalities present there included Mahira Khan, Mehwish Hayat, Atif Aslam, Sajal Ali, Ahad Raza Mir, Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy, and many others.

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It is our great pleasure to join you here this evening on our first official visit to Pakistan. I would like to begin by saying bahut shukria to you all for making us so welcome in your country. Stood here with this magnificent monument behind me, I am struck by the great strides Pakistan has made since its birth seventy-two years ago. The view from this hill would have been quite different when my grandmother, The Queen, first visited over half a century ago. Looking out, one would have seen the beginnings of a city under construction, yet to become the great capital that it is today. And with successive visits by my mother and my father, this view has continued to change, with the city constantly growing and with it my family’s affection for Pakistan. Take a look at our Storiesto see more from The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s first full day of their visit to Pakistan.

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Mehwish Hayat took to Instagram to post her picture from the event with a note mentioning her admiration for Prince William. She wrote,
‘Was a real pleasure to meet with the royal visitors last night. William is a real life Prince Charming and was genuinely excited about being here. Hope that this visit helps show the world the real side of Pakistan and not what media has been showing. #Royalreception #PrinceWilliam #RoyaltourPakistan #MehwishHayat #aboutlastnight’

Mehwish Hayat has been vocal against the negative image of Pakistanis and Muslims portrayed by the international media. According to her, Prince William and Kate Middleton’s visit will help repair that image and show the world the real side of Pakistan.

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Pleasure to be at the launch of the Ministry of Human Rights’ new initiatives for the girl child and share the panel with some really inspirational and distinguished women like Hon Minster Shireen Mazari, Ms Rabiya Javeri Agha, Secretary Ministry Human Rights, Ms Samar Minallah Khan, Anthropologist and HE EU Ambassador, Androulla Kaminara. I was really impressed to see how the project is using innovative ways like truck art to get the message out. There is so much that needs to be done and I really am looking forward to being very proactive and doing a lot more for this cause in my role as goodwill ambassador. #MehwishHayat #Goodwillbassador #internationaldayofthegirlchild #MinistryofHumanrights Wearing this beautiful outfit by my Fav designer the one and only @rizwanbeyg #RizwanBeyg

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Mehwish Hayat is a critically acclaimed Pakistani actress who is also considered one of the most successful and highest-paid actresses in the industry. However, her journey was not easy and it took her a long time to reach where she is today. She is considered one of the most powerful forces behind the revival of Pakistani Cinema and has given some of the most successful Pakistani films in recent times. Her contribution to the Pakistani entertainment industry was acknowledged through the country’s highest civilian award ‘Pride of Performance.’

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