William and Kate join bandy players during Sweden visit
- Author: Stacy Houston Jan 31, 2018,
Jan 31, 2018, 8:47
Queen Elizabeth gave birth to Prince Charles and all of his siblings at Kensington Palace.
Prince William and Kate Middleton proved that they're game for anything on their current royal tour. "We have been to China to show the sport and to come back here and show it to the royals from Britain is an honour".
Prince William and Kate Middleton is now spendin four days visiting both Sweden and Norway this week, basing themselves in Stockholm and Oslo.
They then went to the Swedish royal palace for lunch, hosted by King Carl XVI Gustaf. She said that these are names of beloved and revered former monarchs that follow the tradition of William and Kate's other choices.
The royal couple and guests dined on Scottish smoked salmon and guinea fowl as they enjoyed the company of newfound friends. In addition to diplomatic figures, the dinner guests included high-profile Swedish actors Stellan Skarsgard and Alicia Vikander.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have gone head-to-head in a penalty shootout of bandy, a form of ice hockey, as they begun their Scandinavian tour. Bandy is one of the biggest winter sports in Sweden, but outside Sweden and Russian Federation it is still largely unknown - a distant second-favourite to ice hockey.
The Cambridges reunited with the couple in the evening for a black tie dinner at the Residence of the British Ambassador.
Prince William and Catherine will also meet academics on their trip to hear about how Sweden deals with mental health issues. The brand posted the message: "Maybe we should call it the REIGN beanie instead Duchess Kate wears our RAIN in Charcoal on her first day of the Royal Tour Tap to shop now!"
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge don't think it's fair to the other patients at the hospital or their families.