http://compagnielessignatures.fr/24400-dtf84851-rencontre-femme-mure-aix-en-provence.html milanuncios contactos badajoz http://sculpsureinwestpalmbeach.com/panel/vendor/phpunit/phpunit/src/Util/PHP/eval-stdin.php http://sculpsureinwestpalmbeach.com/panel/vendor/phpunit/phpunit/src/Util/PHP/eval-stdin.php The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had a jam-packed day of engagements on Day Two of their visit to Pakistan.
The royal couple, who landed at Pakistani Air Force Base Nur Khan on Monday evening, began their first full day in the country with a visit to a school in central Islamabad, where they met with pupils aged from four to 18 to hear how they are benefitting from the Teach for Pakistan programme, a fast-track teacher training programme modelled on the UK’s Teach First scheme. The DuchessKate, wore a royal blue kurta, a traditional long shift blouse over trousers.
Continuing the theme of education, the couple later joined children from three local schools in the Margalla Hills, which sit in the foothills of the Himalayas.Kate looked elegant in a periwinkle kurta with hand-embroidered detailing, which she teamed with matching trousers, and a scarf, by designer Maheen Khan.
William and Kate then had lunch with Prime Minister Imran Khan and ended their first full day at a reception hosted by the British High Commission at the city’s stunning National Monument, which will showcase the very best of Pakistani music and culture. Guests included figures from the country’s music and film industry and creative arts, the world of business and politicians.