Now the stories are starting to come full circle.
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Well that was bold!
Apparently, while the two royals were attending a garden party in honor of Queen Elizabeth II's 90th birthday in Delhi, the Duchess of Cambridge was asked how she stays so svelte by a fellow party goer named, Professor Bulbul Dhar-James. Tsk, tsk!
In regards to the conversation with the Princess, the professor explained:
Remember when the British colonized India?
We don't think they're there to apologize or anything, but let's take a closer look at all of K.Mid's outfits, shall we?
Prince William and Kate Middleton have arrived in India!
Since landing on Sunday, the royal pair are set to spend the next five days traveling India before heading to the remote Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan.
But here's what you can expect from the gorgeous pair's busy trip.
On Monday, the royals attended a technology event in Mumbai where they got the opportunity to test out a new Braille machine (which they used to spell "George," of course), among other up and coming technological advances. Before leaving, William made a short speech to launch an awards program called the Tech Rocketship Awards.
Later today, the duo is set to arrive in New Delhi to visit Mahatma Gandhi's former home and celebrate Queen Elizabeth's 90th birthday at a special party held in her honor.
As for the rest of the week, ch-ch-check out the royal itinerary (below)!
A princess with killer soccer skills sounds like the plot to a Disney Channel movie, right?
Well, it looks like it's Princess Charlotte's reality as her father Prince William gushed to former soccer (AKA football) star Paul Elliott about her skills while at a luncheon at Wembley Stadium in London for his tenure as the president of the Football Association.
Kate Middleton's husband explained:
The royals are headed to India!
On Tuesday, Kensington Palace released an official statement announcing Prince William and Kate Middleton's multiple week tour of India commencing April 10. The exciting news comes on the heels of Kate giving birth to Princess Charlotte in May of last year.
Not only will the duo visit important landmarks like the late Mahatma Gandhi's home, but they'll also host a garden party in honor of Queen Elizabeth's upcoming 90th birthday. In addition, the couple will pay a visit to Kaziranga National Park as well as a trip to an environmental foundation founded by Will's stepmom Camilla Parker Bowles.
Sounds busy AND fun! We just wonder how the pair will deal without seeing their precious kiddos for a while…
Either way, we bet they'll have a blast!
Check out the palace's message about the trip (below)!
However, it appears as though the brunette beauty is still the subject of some teasing by her royal relatives. Of course!
In fact, the duchess even dished about her husband's grandmother in a new documentary about Queen Elizabeth II, titled Our Queen at 90, that aired on Sunday.
On her relationship with the famous monarch, the mother of two shared:
Prince William is off to Kenya this weekend for a four day trip where he will be seeing "first-hand some of the longstanding conservation and anti-poaching initiatives" supported by the Tusk Trust, according to his office.
As you know, the conservation of elephants is a huge passion for the royal family.
During his trip to Africa, William will be participating in research efforts to help fit radio-tracking collars to elephants in hopes of further strides being made to save the species. The 33-year-old will also work with the Lewa Conservancy to learn about protecting the local rhino populations from poaching.
What a guy!
It's also reported that the future king will be in attendance for his ex flame Jessica "Jecca" Craig's wedding to conservationist Jonathan Baillie on Saturday.
The more you know, Perezcious readers!
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