According to a statement from the Kensington Royal Instagram page, supporting families in the pre-birth stage has been a very important topic for the duchess who also spoke to medical experts regarding the work they're now doing to develop preventative measures in risky births.
William and Kate had visited Pakistan in October a year ago and had made a trip to the SOS Village in Lahore and the Islamabad Model College for Girls.
The Duke and Duchess (pictured) spoke to staff and children at the SOS Children's Village in Lahore, many of whom they met during two visits to the village last October.
The duchess was wearing a white lab coat over her long-sleeved navy dress that hugged her figure before billowing out below the waist. "Having had 4 miscarriages, I believe the greater the awareness, the better we can support one another moving forward".
Some village children also showed the Duke and Duchess the artwork they made about their memories of the visit previous year, including drawings and friendship bracelets. We kept our friendship bracelets very safe, so thank you for those. They are a nice memory of our visit when we visited you. Minahil then asked how the three Royal grand-children are doing and Kate replied, "They're so well. Thank you for asking".
Kate chatted with the kids about how they had dealt with it this year and asked, "Was it hard not having visitors and things like that came in?"
Ahmad told the couple that he missed his grandmother. She wore different variations of traditional outfits and incorporated clever national symbols into them.
"Sure, undoubtedly, we each like a little bit little bit of drawing", William stated.
Kate replied, "Our children were the same".
She said "absolutely", adding: "Covid has shifted ... it's changed the world, its a new norm now, and definitely mental health has now become a big focus in everybody's lives because of this virus and this disease".
Established in 1977, SOS Children's Village provides a home and family structure to over 150 young girls and boys, and promotes the development of children into happy, confident and resilient adults.