Kate Middleton and Prince William's trip abroad got a little scary on Wednesday night when a strong 6.9-magnitude earthquake was felt in parts of eastern India.
According to reports, tremors were felt in the states of Assam, including Kaziranga National Park, where William and Kate visited on Wednesday while learning about conservation efforts.
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A palace spokesman assured:
"Tremors were felt across the region. Everyone is okay."
Well that's a relief!
As for their safari excursion earlier in the day, the duo explored the 185-square-mile park while soaking in information about the successfully growing rhino population.
The 33-year-old Duke of Cambridge is notoriously passionate about efforts being made to curb poaching — so this was a particularly special part of their tour of India.
But it wasn't all serious business though, Princess Charlotte and Prince George's parents got to cruise around in a Jeep, play with rhinos, and feed the elephants.
At least it sounds like they had a good day before their scare later that night!
Next up, off to Bhutan on Thursday morning…
Here's to no more earthquakes!
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