After spending four days in India visiting Mumbai, Delhi and Assam, Prince William and Kate left for Bhutan this morning. In India the royal couple laid wreaths at many places of historical importance, played cricket at Oval Maidan and met Bollywood celebrities in Mumbai. They also met the PM in Delhi and headed to Assam where they got a warm welcome and later explored the Kaziranga National Park. After seeing these parts of the country, the royal couple took off for Bhutan but will be back in India to finish the last leg of their trip in Agra. Also Read - BEST Buses to Resume Services From Monday | Here Are The New Rules
Bhutan too welcomed them in the most royal way possible with their folk songs and dance and the King and Queen of Bhutan extending them a warm welcome. The Duchess of Cambridge even wore a traditional Bhutanese dress and the couple tried also their hand at archery, the nation’s national sport. The royal couple has a packed itinerary in Bhutan with a six-hour trek squeezed in too. Looks like the two have many things to see and explore before that. Here’s how Bhutan welcomed them in their country. Also Read - Unlock Phase I in Rajasthan: Hotels, Restaurant, Clubs And Shopping Malls to Reopen From Monday | Details Here
We can’t wait to see what else Bhutan has in store for the royal couple. We also can’t wait for Will and Kate to return to India and see the Taj Mahal in all its glory.
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