Kate Middleton and Prince William had to face some embarrassment when six Pakistani ministers walked out of the event hosted by the British High Commission. The royals are on a goodwill tour to the South Asian country, and they are currently in Islamabad.

Royal correspondent for BBC Jonny Dymond said that six Pakistani ministers walked out of the reception hosted by the British High Commission. The ministers were reportedly not happy with their place at the gathering.

When asked about the incident, the British High Commission attempted to downplay the Royal snub. The reply only stated that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge “were delighted to meet a range of people from across Pakistani society.” No mention of the Pakistani minister’s actions was made in the reply.

Commenting on the reply, Royal fans pointed out that this is not an answer at all. Daymod too agreed with this assessment. Another fan also asked whether the visit to Pakistan was even worth it for Middleton and Prince William.

The other big problem the Duke and Duchess of Sussex faced in Pakistan, along with dozens of journalists and the royal flight crew, was that they got stranded in Lahore due to a storm. This time around the British High Commission swung into action and arranged for hotel rooms for everybody, even though it was on such short notice.

The next leg of the royal tour has been rescheduled. Dymond complimented the “amazing work” done by the British High Commission as they quickly organized the necessary buses and cars after the sudden disruption of the schedule.

Prince William and Middleton have travelled extensively during the trip and they have met with people from different walks of life. During his speech at the event hosted by the British High Commission, the Duke of Cambridge said that Pakistan is a young country, but it has suffered a lot due to terrorism and hatred.

Prince George and Prince William Prince William, Duke of Cambridge (R) and son Prince George of Cambridge (L) wave to the media as they return to the Lindo Wing at St Mary's Hospital in central London on May 2, 2015. BEN STANSALL, ISHARA S.KODIKARA, LEON NEAL, JUSTIN TALLIS/AFP/Getty Images