The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Pakistan’s second largest mosque.

Not a moment of peace – this phrase can be used to describe the Pakistan tour of Kate Middleton and Prince William. Landing this morning in Lahore, the duke and duchess managed to meet  with the governor of the city, chat with the small wards of the SOS Children’s Village organization and even play cricket. After that, they changed clothes and went on a tour of one of the main attractions of Lahore – Badshahi mosque, included in the rating of the largest mosques in the world.

In a turquoise national dress, a shalvar-kamiz and a scarf of the same color, embroidered with gold thread around the edge, Kate reminded Princess Jasmine from a fairy tale about Aladdin. Queen Elizabeth visited the mosque in 1961, Princess Diana in 1991, and Prince Charles and the Duchess Camilla visited there in 2006.