Britain’s Royal Couple to Visit India: First in Mumbai with ‘excitement’

Mumbai: The British High Commission’s officials confirmed that the Royal Couple from Britain will visit India and they will start from Mumbai from tomorrow, and this would be much surprising for all of us.

The Britain’s Royal Couple- Prince William and his Wife- Kate Middleton visiting India as per officials of the British High Commission, for a week’s long tour in which they have decided to stay in the city for two days and while stay they would also enjoy meeting people from different walks, as per officials.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge would in their itinerary have meetings with some of the young entrepreneurs, bollywood’s celebrities, underprivileged children and also slums dwellers in the areas of Mumbai.

In the visit, they would first take rest in the stay arranged at Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, in Colaba, Mumbai, a geture being perceived to show their solidarity towards victims of the terror attacks of 26/ 11. In the first day, they would first visit the Oval Maidan for watching and also taking participation in the cricket match among the beneficiaries and representatives of three city- based non- government organisations, as from India Childline, Doorstep and Magic Bus.

While in the evening time, the Royal Couple would be enjoying the gala dinner planned by the British High Commission and the British Asian Trust and they would also during so, have talks with Business world and Indian movie celebrities, as per the British High Commission’s press release.

The British High Commissioner to India- Sir Dominic Asquith KCMG also found stated that the Royal Couple is most “excited about their first visit to India” and also it is hoped that the “visit will mark the start of a long friendship between them”.

Moreover, he further confirmed that they would also start for their second leg journey which include the National Capital, Delhi, Kaziranga National park, Thimpu in Bhutan and finally they would conclude their tour at the Taj Mahal in Agra. Moreover, he added that the Duke and Duchess are “embarking on a packed, varied and exciting programme where they will gain an understanding of modern India – a vibrant, entrepreneurial, aspirational nation that faces both its challenges and huge opportunities with confidence”.

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