The Prince and Princess of Wales meet business and arts leaders on a visit to Birmingham
The Prince and Princess of Wales will visit Birmingham this week to meet leaders in the creative and arts industries.
Prince William, 40, and Kate, 41, will host a reception at The Rectory restaurant in the city’s jewelry district, with some special guests invited to attend.
During the reception, the royal couple will talk to business owners about setting up their projects in the West Midlands city.
The parents of the three children, who are known for their tremendous competitiveness, are set to take part in an interactive game of darts during their visit.
They will join the game at the 180 Club before greeting members of the public outside.
The Prince and Princess of Wales (pictured on St Patrick’s Day) are due to visit Birmingham this week where they will meet leading figures from the creative and arts industries
Kate, 41, and William, 40, are no strangers to face-to-face public confrontations as they have run into each other during royal engagements in the past.
In February, the Princess of Wales showed her husband a visit to a fitness center in Port Talbot, Wales, when she beat him in a sprint competition during a semester.
After the 45-second race—in which the mother-of-three asked if she could raise the bike’s resistance and make it harder—a shocked princess was declared the winner of the “Tour de Aberavon” and given a small piece of the swag.
The royal couple (pictured at the BAFTAs in February) will visit the West Midlands after spending time with the kids over the Easter break
Kate and William’s virtual endurance race challenge to see who can bike the farthest in just 45 seconds while riding uphill in the Italian mountains.
Entering the cycling room, William apologized to the cyclists and said, “Sorry to spoil the workout class,” while before getting on his bike, the prince joked to his wife, “I wore high heels.”
“I’m not sure I’d wear this,” the princess admitted, while during the race Kate adjusted gears and laughed: “Can I make it harder?”
After finishing, William, who was breathing deeply, joked, “Talk to you in a minute.”
The visit of the Prince and Princess of Wales will be the couple’s first after taking time out from royal engagements over the Easter weekend.
While Prince George, nine, Princess Charlotte, seven, and Prince Louis were out of school for their half term break, the family enjoyed some quality time together.
The royals appeared at St George’s Chapel in Windsor for Easter Sunday service, with Prince Louis making his first appearance at the event.