Transcript for Duchess Kate makes big speech during Pakistan trip
George, we turn now to the Royals. Prince William and Kate on day four of their official five-day trip to Pakistan and this morning, the duchess making a big speech. Maggie Rulli is in Pakistan with the latest. Good morning, Maggie. Reporter: Hey, this couple has embraced local culture. You can see will and Kate behind me. They met with religious leaders inside this absolutely stunning mosque but today has also really been Kate's day, so much of this trip has been spent talking about what she was wearing or who she was with but now we have heard directly from the duchess. Kate's big day on tour. The duchess fighting for children as she says she realizes that times here have been hard. I'm with many of you who have experienced extremely difficult times in your lives but it's inspiring to see how you've used your strength and positivity to help transform the lives of so many young children here. Reporter: For prince William today is a chance to continue his mother's legacy. The couple retracing princess Diana's journey more than 20 years ago visiting the very same hospital where she famously cradled this terminally ill child with cancer in the late '90s. And like Diana, William and Kate are embracing local dress and culture. Such a fun, cute moment on the tour. The two playing around and to note will kind of dudded on his first try but Kate absolutely crushed it. While also putting their own stamp on Pakistan and focusing on serious issues. That meant speaking up for children. Will and Kate had to leave their own three little ones at home for the trip but heads back to London tomorrow. I'm sure exhausted from this jam-packed week but also excited to have the whole family back together. I'm sure of that. I'm sure they're exhausted but doing good out there. Thank you, Maggie.
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