Kate Middleton and Prince William had a subtle sweet moment while playing cricket in Pakistan.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had a great time in their recent royal tour. The couple even joined the children for an impromptu game of cricket where they had a subtle sweet moment together.

During the game, the duke hit a soft ball on Middleton’s neck. “William,” the duchess said while laughing and feigning pain, Express first reported.

Prince William replied in hysterics and told the children that he could get away with it because Middleton is his wife. “Ha! She’s my wife, so I can just about get away with it,” Prince William said while smiling.

After the royal couple had a brief turn at battling, they knelt as the children tied friendship bracelets on their wrists. The future king thanked the children and told them that he won’t take it off, adding that his three children would wonder why he is wearing it.

They also joined an art group where they were seen kneeling and painting. The children told them how the “house mothers” help them with their homework. During their conversation, the second in line to the throne revealed that he was never good at homework.

Meanwhile, Middleton asked the children if they liked art and said that she was drawing a palm tree and was really enjoying the activity. The duchess also shared that she draws a lot at home with her kids. When the children mentioned England, the mother of three invited them to visit the U.K.

“You will have to come and see us,” Middleton said.

Meanwhile, Prince William hinted that they would be returning back to the country. “I could feel that there was more to talk about,” the prince said.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge impressed many with their Pakistan tour. According to royal author Katie Nicholl, they aced their “relatable tour of Pakistan” while highlighting how the future king and queen consort made a special effort to communicate with the press and expressed their appreciation for the host country.

Due to Prince William and Middleton’s impressive visit, Nicholl was convinced that the couple would receive a congratulatory letter from Queen Elizabeth II. Sources at the palace claimed that the monarch was keeping a close eye on the trip, which was the first royal visit in the country in 13 years.