Transcript for The latest from Prince William and Kate’s 5-day Pakistan tour
cover story. William and Kate on their first official visit to Pakistan. Described by kensington palace as the most complex mission yet, Maggie Rulli is live in Pakistan with the latest. Reporter: Hey, George, we're here in this village a few hours outside of Islamabad. A place dealing with severe water shortages and we're here because today for the couple it is all about climate change and conservation. In a trip of a royal couple first, will and Kate walk along a glacier in northern Pakistan. Kate wearing a traditional hat before the outing. The very same style Diana wore when she visited the country solo in 1991. The two getting a firsthand look at how stunning this land is. And how climate change is threatening the country and its the snow on those glaciers is supposed to be a major source of water for the country. But a few hours outside of Islamabad, we meet up with a group of villagers who tell us water scarceity is a major problem. Raise your hand, has water scarcity gotten worse in the past five years? Yeah, yeah. They say having the Royals here giveshem hope. For will and Kate these are the communities they want to help raising awareness in part by embracing local customs. Last night will and Kate's showstopping arrival in a rickshaw wowed partygoers. The ride tricked out special for the royal duo, will wearing a traditional Pakistan coat as the two continue to practice fashion diplomacy on the trip while raising awareness for the issues close to their heart. Water scarcity is a huge problem in this village. I want to show you this hand pump. This is the only source of local clean water for the 10,000 people who live here and even then the water only lasts for about two to three months after monsoon season. Guys, these are the types of issues that the royal couple is hoping to highlight and to get the world to talk about.
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