Kate Middleton and Prince William were snubbed by Pakistan ministers.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge kicked off their Pakistan tour on Monday. However, on the same day, the royal couple saw six Pakistan ministers walking out of the British High Commission reception they attended.

“Six Pakistani ministers walked out of the #RoyalVisitPakistan British High Commission reception on Monday night @bbcurdu reports. They were reportedly annoyed at their place in the gathering. Commission response to follow,” Johnny Dymond, a royal correspondent and presenter for BBC News, said.

“The Commission has replied. It says the Duke and Duchess ‘were delighted to meet a range of people from across Pakistani society.’”

During the reception, Prince William recognized the country’s past by acknowledging the hardships that the country endured and the countless lives lost to terror and hatred. In his speech, the future king said that he wanted to pay tribute to all of those who have endured such sacrifice and helped build the country as it is today.

During their trip, Middleton channeled Queen Elizabeth II by bringing her camera. The duchess, who is a self-confessed amateur photographer, was spotted taking photos during the trip.

The Queen was also seen with her camera during royal tours. Just like Middleton, Her Majesty was spotted taking photos while making her official visits in various countries.

Also, during the couple’s royal tour, Prince William was criticized by netizens when he failed to help Middleton at an evening reception. The royal couple arrived in a traditional rickshaw. However, the future king did not open the door for his wife, which disappointed royal fans. Several of them felt that the second in line to the throne was not a gentleman.

In related news, Prince William and Middleton made a similar awkward mistake as Prince Harry and Markle. In one post on Instagram, the future king and queen captioned a post: “There, they joined children from four local schools for activities taking part in activities designed to educate young people on environmental protection and wildlife conservation.”

Eagled-eye fan noticed how they used the word “activities” twice in the sentence. On the other hand, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex shared a quote and misspelled the word “woman” with “women,” prompting some to remind the royals that “woman” is singular and “women” is plural. Prince Harry and Markle already issued an apology for their mistake and corrected their error.

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Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton are pictured on a five-day visit to Pakistan. AFP/Aamir QURESHI