Prince William and Kate Middleton visited Northern Ireland on Wednesday.
After the glamor of the red carpet, back to grounded commitment. Kate Middleton and Prince William traveled to Northern Ireland on Wednesday, where they honored multiple invitations, for their first visit to the country since March 2019 – where Kate traveled alone in February 2020. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge started the day on Ulster. University campus, where he visited the educational farm. Kate Middleton, in a purple suit by designer Emilia Wickstead, held in her hands a tarantula named Charlotte—the name of her six-year-old daughter. The two were able to interact with nursing students with whom they spoke by video call earlier in the year to discuss the COVID-19 pandemic and medical students.
The couple then enjoyed a pint of beer (for him) and a glass of whiskey (for them) with a student union, before going on to meet local unions praised for their positive impact on the community. Went to Londonderry. He then put on sports clothes to practice rugby.
The day before, Kate Middleton made a strong impression on the red carpet of the world premiere of “Dying Can Wait”, the new film in the James Bond saga. The Duchess of Cambridge wore a special Jenny Packham dress, which included a cape and golden pearls.
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