Prince William and Kate have made their first official appearance since the Easter break, as they traveled by train to visit Birmingham. They first visited The Eatery, an authentic, family-run Indian restaurant in the city center, where the prince famously took a phone call from a customer and even made a booking for two. They were then served a range of Indian street food, including pani puri and methi chicken, and the Duke of Cambridge even tried his hand making rotis, a traditional flatbread. The couple talked about how they love trying different curries around the country, with Kate adding that their children love Indian food, too. They then moved on to The Rectory on the edge of the city’s historic Jewellery Quarter, where they hosted designers, artists, and playwrights, and even played a game of interactive darts. The couple had a chance to experience Birmingham’s creative industries first-hand and had the opportunity to talk to business owners in the city.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked effortlessly chic in a pleated burgundy midi dress and matching heels, adding a touch of glamour with her jewelry. Meanwhile, the Duke of Cambridge looked typically dapper in his stylish blazer and trousers. They both seemed relaxed and happy as they enjoyed the events of the day. The bouncing crowds seemed thrilled to see the couple as they greeted members of the public outside The Rectory, taking selfies and chatting with well-wishers. The royal couple managed to blend in and create the perfect amount of excitement, making it another big hit for the ever-popular Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
It seems that the royals have been enjoying their time out of the public eye, spending Easter holiday with their children. It must be fantastic to see them back in action and engaging in such enjoyable activities. Catching a glimpse of them cooking, trying different foods, and even taking phone calls truly makes them more relatable to the public. Additionally, it’s great to see them investing time in creative industries and local businesses, as they have the power to inspire and support these ventures. Overall, the trip to Birmingham was a success and surely made everyone who met them feel valued and appreciated.
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