Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, wrapped up their action-packed five-day tour of Pakistan on Friday.
The visit was described by Kate as "really special", according to CNN, and saw William pay tribute to Pakistanis who had endured much sacrifice and "helped to build the country that we see today".
The earlier half of the trip — in Islamabad and Chitral — featured among numerous engagements, visiting a girls school, attending an environment event at a recreational park, dining with the prime minister, mingling with the prominent figures of society at a special reception, interacting with the vibrant Kalasha community, and witnessing firsthand the impact of climate change.
The latter half — in Lahore — saw the royal couple visit the SOS Village for orphans, play cricket with children and members of Pakistan's cricket team at the National Cricket Academy, attend a religious tolerance event at the Badshahi Mosque, and make an emotional trip to the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre, which the late Princess Diana (William's mother) had twice visited to help raise funds for.
On the last day, prior to their departure, Kate and William oversaw the training of dogs at an army canine facility in Rawalpindi.
Here, we take a look at the couple's last two days in Pakistan.