Prince William and Kate Middleton in Pakistan: The Royal Couple Spent the Last Part Of Their Visit With Dogs At Army Canine Centre

Prince William and Kate Middleton in Pakistan: The Royal Couple Spent the Last Part Of Their Visit With Dogs At Army Canine Centre

Prince William and Kate Middleton visited the Army Canine Centre in Islamabad where dogs are trained to scout the explosives. Here are the details.
Prince William and Kate Middleton in Pakistan: The Royal Couple Spent the Last Part Of Their Visit With Dogs At Army Canine Centre
Kate Middleton and Prince William

Prince William and Kate Middleton have left Pakistan for the United Kingdom but have left behind many memories that will last forever. Not only did the royals thoroughly enjoyed their visit through the length and breadth of Pakistan, but this visit was also immensely successful at all levels. It did not only help to repair the image of Pakistan but also rebuilt the love people of Pakistan had for the British royal family due to the late Princess Diana.



The royals had planned to visit the Army Canine Centre on the last day of their visit to Pakistan. Somehow, the timings had to be rescheduled due to the severe weather and turbulence. Although they were supposed to return to Islamabad on the same day after visiting Lahore, they had to stay back as their aircraft could not land Islamabad. However, after rescheduling their engagements for the last day Prince William and Kate Middleton reached the Army Canine Centre in Islamabad where the dogs are trained to scout explosive materials.

Kate Middleton changed into a black and white plain outfit for her last engagement of the day and had a great time with the puppies under training.

According to the Kensington Palace’s official post,
‘The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined dog handlers at the Army Canine Centre in Islamabad, as they trained dogs to recognise and scout out hidden explosive materials, before taking some of the puppies through their paces on an agility training course.

The centre at Islamabad is modelled on the UK Defence Animal Training Centre at Melton Mowbray — the UK has provided training and advice to the Pakistan Armed Forces for over 10 years, and is currently supporting the Pakistan Counter Improvised Explosive Device (CIED) programme, which in part breeds and trains dogs to identify explosive devices. ‘

The internet , which had already been going through the meltdowns due to the Cambridges’ royal tour, could not help gushing over their favourite royal couple once again.

‘This is adorable. They love animals. It was such a lovely way to end the tour. This tour was brilliant. But I’m sure their excited to get back home to George, Charlotte and Louis. I’m sure they’ve missed them’

‘I loved his engagement! The dogs are so cute but they do such an important thing. Thank you for highlighting this cause’

‘I’d jump though a hoop of flames for them too. Good show. ‘

‘Stylish even walking pups!’

Prince William and Kate Middleton flew back to the United Kingdom on October 18th, 2019. The hands-on parents had scheduled their tour in a way that they could spend the weekend with their children Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. Despite being the busy royals, they always do the school run for their children themselves. This is exactly what they did before boarding for Pakistan on October 14th, 2019.

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