Ever wish Prince William and Kate Middleton could attend your birthday party? Us too. For three children in Pakistan, that’s exactly what happened.
Yep, the royal couple surprised guests when they headed to the SOS Children’s Village, a charity in Lahore that provides a home and family structure to over 150 boys and girls, to celebrate the birthdays of three children.
Iman (12), Ibrahim (6) and Daniyal (8) rang in their birthdays with games, music and traditional Pakistani desserts. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge even sang them "Happy Birthday," and yeah, you can say we’re super jealous.
During the event, the couple attended a musical storytelling session (which included puppets), a private meeting with seven children who live in the boarding home and even helped cut the birthday cake.
See some of the pictures from the event below.
During the meeting with the children, Prince William asked how old they thought he was. “Twenty-one,” one child said according to People.
“I’ll take 21, that’s good!” William said. “I am a little bit older than that. Can you guess? I have my own children. A little boy called Louis and then there is Charlotte and then George, who is 6. He’s almost as old as you.” Too sweet.
And we can’t forget about the cake.
Best. Birthday. Ever.