This is a complete contrast to the information provided when other royals visit safer regions, such as Harry and Markle's trip to Africa.
This could again be for the reason of security, or it could be because, unlike Archie, two of the Cambridge children are now in school, and are most likely being looked after by the couple's royal nanny.
Princess Diana had previously travelled to some of the locations that the Sussex and the Cambridge families visited on their tours.
For the Sussex tour, Harry focused on paying tribute to Diana's charity work and the legacy she left behind after walking through a minefield in Angola back in 1997.
Markle wasn't able to watch the emotional moment unfold, however, as she remained in South Africa where the couple started their tour to look after baby Archie and carry out her own individual engagements.
Prince Charles has spoken up more, expressing himself on a wide range of big issues from climate change to religious tolerance.
Prince William is now carving out his own path and we're getting a real sense of the direction he's taking.
During the duke's tour of Pakistan this week, he caught British and Pakistani media off-guard when he arrived for a red carpet event on Tuesday at the national monument in Islamabad in a rickshaw with his wife, Catherine.
A particularly poignant moment during the Africa visit came when the Duke of Sussex retraced his mother's footsteps through what was an Angolan minefield.
William too has committed to keeping his mother's legacy alive which is why he will visit the Shaukat Khanum Hospital in Lahore on Thursday where she was famously pictured cradling a young cancer patient.