Prince William and Kate Middleton decided not to bring their royal children Prince George and Princess Charlotte while they are on tour in India and Bhutan.
“Because George is too naughty,” the 34-year-old Kate Middleton told Us Weekly’s European bureau chief Omid Scobie.
The Duchess of Cambridge explained that two-year-old Prince George would be “running all over the place.” However, Kate Middleton said that they will bring them on their next tour.
For her visit to the village, the 32-year-old Duchess rocked a simple pink dress as she was greeted by hundreds of villagers.
Prince William’s wife also revealed that she felt a pang of longing for 11-month-old Princess Charlotte when they were given a traditional dance performance by the girls in the local village of Panbari. Kate Middleton’s tour with Prince William in India was her first time away from her children.
After the dance performance, Prince William and Kate Middleton met couple Tilasha Das and his wife Utala, who owns two small tea plantation. The local couple gifted the duchess with a red woven scarf, Hello Magazine said. Prince William and Kate Midddleyon also visited the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation as well as the Mark Shand Foundation.
Prior to this, the couple had a Safari adventure when they visited the Kaziranga National Park.
Yesterday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge tried their luck on archery, Bhutan’s national sport, held at the Changlingmethang National Archery Ground in the Bhutanese capital, Thimphu, The Daily Mail said
Despite the couple’s standing near the target, Prince William and Kate Middleton’s arrows failed to hit the mark, making them burst into giggles.
After this, the royal couple met with King of Bhutan Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and his wife Jetsun Pema, who are also dubbed as the “Kate and Wills of the Orient.”
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