Kate Middleton and Prince William’s trip is intended to boost links between the UK and Pakistan (Image: Getty Images)
Kate Middleton and Prince William will travel to Pakistan for a week in autumn of this year. The trip is being undertaken at the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO). Kate and William’s trip is intended to boost links between the UK and Pakistan. Pakistan has been hit by a spate of terror attacks in recent months so how safe will it be for the royal couple? The FCO has shared their travel advice for the country.
Kate Middleton and Prince William to visit Pakistan - but how safe is it?
Security will be of paramount importance during the royal visit in the autumn.
“The security will be robust and William and Kate’s teams will be taking no chances,” a source told The Mirror.
The Duke and Duchess will not be taking their three children with them to Pakistan.
“It will be a challenge ensuring they are safe, which would be more complicated by George, Charlotte and Louis being there as well,” the source added.
According to the FCO: “Terrorists are very likely to try to carry out attacks in Pakistan.”
There were two terror attacks in May 2019. The FCO advises: "You should avoid religious events or gatherings,