Kate Middleton just gave her first (and only) speech during the royal tour of Pakistan.
Earlier today, the Duchess of Cambridge, 37, visited the SOS Children’s Village, a Lahore-based charity that provides a home to needy kids, to celebrate the birthdays of three children. While there, Middleton grabbed the microphone for her very first speech of the tour, and all we have to say is…it’s about damn time.
She began by greeting the crowd with some Urdu, saying, “Assalam O Alaikum. Iman, Ibrahim aur Daniyal apni salgirah pur bulanay ka bohat shukria.” (English version: “Hello. Peace be upon you. Iman, Ibrahim and Daniyal, thank you for inviting us to your birthday celebration.”)
Middleton went on to say that she and Prince William “have been really moved and touched” by their stories.