British High Commission Press Section has given a limited access to media coverage for the Royal couple due to security concerns.
According to details, after the inquiry of Pakistani journalists by the British High Commission Press Section, few of the journalists have been chosen for the coverage of Prince William and Kate Middleton, during their visit to Pakistan.
Sources have revealed that the identity of the chosen journalists has been verified by NADRA first, that they are journalists professionally and are citizens of Pakistan.
Royal couple will approve whether the verified ones will be given the access of coverage or not.
According to the details, on the arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Prince William and Kate Middleton, rickshaws on the roads of Lahore and Rawalpindi are decorated traditionally.
Be clear that Prince William and his wife, Kate Middleton going to visit Pakistan tonight (Monday).
A guard of honor will be presented to the British royal couple at Noor Khan Airbase, sources said.
According to British High Commission, the royal couple will arrive Pakistan on Monday night on a five-day visit, the Royal couple would visit the ‘breadth and depth’ of Pakistan.
Prince William and Kate Middleton will meet President Dr. Arif Alvi and Prime Minister Imran Khan on October 15.
British High Commission in Pakistan, Thomas Drew in his video message shared on Twitter, said the visit would largely focus on showcasing Pakistan as a dynamic, aspirational and forward-looking nation.
Most importantly the Royal couple hopes to meet as many Pakistanis as possible during the visit particularly the youth who are shaping the future of the country, he said.
William and Kate will travel to Lahore on October 16, arriving a day later (Oct 17) in Chitral.
The Royal couple, after the completion of their tour to Pakistan, will return to Britain on Oct 18.
It will be the first royal visit to Pakistan in 13 years.
The last one was by Charles, the Prince of Wales, and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, who spent five days in Pakistan in 2006.