The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate, have been hamming it up all year. Even today, at present, they don’t seem to be slowing down anytime in near future.
After attending the Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip’s platinum wedding anniversary dinner on Monday evening, the Royal couple visited Jaguar Land Rover’s Solihull manufacturing plant.
The manufacturing plant is located in Birmingham, England.
We all know it very well, that Prince William and Kate Middleton have always been very sporty since the very start. The Duchess of Cambridge, who is currently pregnant with her third Royal baby put the pedal to the metal during an off-road driving exercise.
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There, at the plant met with students from Top-Cliffe Primary School. They also won the Jaguar Primary School Challenge with their model race car. But as expected, the fun did not stop there and then.
Prince William and Kate Middleton spent their afternoon at the Aston Villa Football Club. There they hit the field with the Birmingham Coach Core apprentices. Coach Core, which was actually founded in 2012 by The Royal Foundation.
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This foundation aims at improving the availability and quality of sports coaching and provides employment to young people as well. The couple then capped off their day at the Acme Whistles factory. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate witnessed firsthand all the work that it takes to produce whistles. They were also presented with a special plaque to mark their visit.