Cape Town – William and Kate touched down at the Pakistani Air Force Base Nur Khan in Chaklala, Rawalpindi, Punjab, earlier this week on a royal tour.
While most of the trip has been official meetings and serious chats the pair got the chance to let loose and have some fun on the sporting field.
The royal couple showed off their sporting skills, on Thursday, as they got involved with a game of cricket during a visit to Lahore.
The parents of three visited the National Cricket Academy, and while there they joined children participating in the British Council's Dosti programme for a match of Pakistan's national game.
This follows their meeting former Pakistan national captain – turned politician - Imran Khan on Tuesday. Imran was reportedly very good friends with William's well-loved mother, Princess Diana.
Their Royal Highnesses will later be taken on a tour of the Badshahi Mosque, the most historic Islamic site in Lahore, set in the heart of the Walled City according to The Evening Standard.
SEE SOME PICS OF THE CRICKETING ACTION HERE:
Compiled by Alex Isaacs. (Sources: The Evening Standard, ITN)
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