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17 Oct

Royal visit inspires hilarious memes that will crack you up

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are in Pakistan for their 5-day maiden tour and it seems like they are making the most of it. Whether it is Kate Middleton and Prince William’s styling or their interesting itinerary, Pakistani media is loving each moment of the royal visit and every outlet is reporting minute by minute coverage of the royal couple’s activities.



So far they have visited Islamabad, Chitral and they are now in Lahore. Not only does the couple seem to be having a great time, but Pakistanis are also at the top of their meme game. So much so that we have not missed a beat to make a meme out of any situation.

Here’s an example of how Pakistanis always find a way to have a good laughter:

This Twitter user (apparently inspired by Queen Elizabeth) has a sound advice

 

 

Remember Kate and William’s adorable entry in a rickshaw at the royal reception? Well… Patari made a nice song suggestion for the journey; after all Sajjad Ali has a song for every occasion

 

 

It seems George Fulton is in two minds that anyone can travel in a rickshaw so gracefully

 

 

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How a non-royal gets out of a rickshaw! 😜 #royalvisitpakistan

A post shared by George Fulton (@therealgeorgefulton) on

 

While Moin Azim has spoken the truth

 

 

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Savour ka pulao aur Zahid ki nihari bhi. 😍 #moinazimgraphics #comics

A post shared by Moin Nazim (@moinazim_graphics) on

 

Read: More about the Chitrali ‘Pakhol’ cap that Princess Diana & Duchess Kate wore in Chitral

Someone also raised a relevant question

 

 

No offence to Islamabad people though!

 

 

Some Twitter users reminisced about weird-old days of Indian soaps

 

 

 

 

Lahoris have obviously got something to boast about now and Karachiites are still waiting

 

 

And how can we forget the classic Sindhi dubbing that Pakistanis do

 

 

And rants of desi aunties

 

 

Tell us which one is your favorite meme in the comments section below.

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Syeda Zehra

The author is Assistant Editor at Something Haute. A journalist by profession, the writer has a penchant for films, fashion and music.

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