Kate Middleton and Prince William might receive a congratulatory letter from Queen Elizabeth II after their Pakistan tour.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have just completed their five-day tour to Pakistan which they started on Monday. Royal fans couldn’t help but compare the royal couple’s trip to that of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s.

According to royal correspondent and biographer Katie Nicholl of Vanity Fair, the future king and queen consort “aced their relatable tour of Pakistan.” She pointed out how Prince William and Middleton made a special effort to communicate with the press and expressed their appreciation for the host country. 

Nicholl even added that they might receive a congratulatory letter from the Queen. Sources at the palace claimed that Queen Elizabeth II was keeping a close eye on their trip, which was the first royal visit to the country in 13 years.

Prince William and Middleton admitted that they enjoyed the trip where they played cricket, the country’s national sport. The royal couple also traveled into the Hindu Kush mountains, wore traditional head dresses and took a rickshaw to a black tie reception.

According to previous reports, Prince William and Middleton were snubbed during their tour after six ministers walked out of the evening reception they attended. Johnny Dymond, a royal correspondent and presenter for BBC News said that they were annoyed at their place in the gathering. Despite what happened, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge expressed their delight in meeting a range of people from across the Paksitani society.

Daily Mail royal correspondent Richard Kay said that Prince William and Middleton “played a blinder.” He also observed that the couple enjoyed it very much.

“They’ve looked like they have really had a ball in Pakistan. William looked happy and Kate didn’t stop smiling. She is just an absolute pro,” Kay said.

Meanwhile, royal expert Angela Mollard found some similarities in the fab four’s royal tour. According to her, Prince William and Middleton, and Prince Harry and Markle focused on similar areas like conservation and women’s education, which the Duke and Duchess of Sussex also focused in Africa and when they visited Australia and New Zealand.