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Prince William and wife Kate land in Pakistan capital after aborted flight

Reuters Friday, 18 October 2019
Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate landed in Pakistan's capital Islamabad on Friday, after turbulence forced the couple to stay overnight in Lahore in a change to their tightly-choreographed itinerary.
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News video: Prince William Brings Humor to Scary Situation

Prince William Brings Humor to Scary Situation 00:58

Prince William and Kate were on a plane that experienced severe turbulence and Prince William brought his sense of humor. Buzz60’s Keri Lumm reports.

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