Prince William & Kate Middleton Arrive In India — Here’s What To Expect From Their Trip Without Prince George & Princess Charlotte

Prince William and Kate Middleton

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.

Only thing missing? Their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte, who remained back home in London.

But here’s what you can expect from the gorgeous pair’s busy trip.

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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)!

Tuesday: William and Kate are set to have lunch with the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi before heading to the Kaziranga National Park in Assam. Later, they will join in on campfire festivities to celebrate the Assamese New Year.

Wednesday: This day is all about the animals as they will explore the park and William will give a sure-to-be inspiring speech condemning the poaching of rhinos and elephants for their horns. William and Kate will also visit a wildlife rescue center for injured, displaced, and orphaned animals.

Thursday: W&K will travel to Paro, Bhutan — an area known for cannabis and phallic art — to meet the King and Queen (who happen to be known as the “William and Kate of the Himalayas”). They will attend an archery event and enjoy a private dinner at the Thimphu palace.

Friday: The couple will hike up to Tiger’s Nest monastery before spending time with other British nationals in Bhutan.

Saturday: On the last leg of the tour, William and Kate will travel back to India to visit the Taj Mahal in Agra. This is sure to be an emotional visit for William, as he will visit the place where his mom Princess Diana went alone in 1992 when her marriage to Prince Charles was on the rocks.

Wow! That is quite the schedule!

We can’t wait to hear all about it!

[Image via WENN.]

Apr 11, 2016 10:06am PDT

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