The Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge made their first official visit to Paris this weekend. The royal couple attended the reception at Her Majesty's Ambassador's residence and also attended a rugby match between France and Wales. Kate and Prince William looked very much in love with each other as they went sightseeing in Paris.
Kate Middleton and Prince William's two-day visit to Paris, which started on Friday, was packed with events. The royal couple attended meetings with diplomats and was a part of the reception for young French leaders at the Her Majesty's Ambassador's residence as well. According to reports from E!News, Kate Middleton and Prince William also visited the Les Invalides military hospital and met the survivors of the Bataclan theatre terror attack that happened in 2015.
Notably, the Duke and the Duchess served as the unofficial ambassadors in Paris to negotiate its exit from the European Union. In his speech, Prince William even mentioned that inspite, of Britain not being a part of the European Union, they continue to be neighbours and even in days to come, the mutual support, as well as the friendship between the two nations, would remain the same as it was earlier, People reported.
The Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge went sightseeing on Saturday and looked smitten as they visited the Musee d'Orsay and Eiffel Tower. The royal couple also met some members of a rugby team and chatted with parents. Later, they attended the Six Nations tournament Rugby Union match, held at Stade de France in Saint-Denis, outside Paris. The match was between France and Wales, but the royal couple appeared to be gloomy as Wales lost the match.
It is worth mentioning here that Kate Middleton and Prince William appeared very much in love as they made their first official visit to Paris, after Princess Diana's tragic death in an accident in 1997.