Kate Middleton and William in Cardiff for royal tour – as Welsh MP launches savage attack | Royal | News (Reports)


Kate and Prince William’s first engagement on their third day of the Royal Train Tour started with a visit to Cardiff Castle. There, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met local service providers and people working in the tourism industry.

While speaking to a local vendor, the Cambridges started toasting marshmallows, which they later took with them during their visit to other sellers and outside stalls. 

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Touching one of the sticky sweet treats with her gloved hand, Kate laughed and said: “I’m going to have that marshmallow on my fingers all day.”

Their meetings aimed at highlighting the devastating impact the coronavirus pandemic continues to have on tourism and how the industry is coping.

In Cardiff, the couple also met university students to hear how the COVID-19 crisis has changed their lives and the impact it has had on their mental wellbeing. 

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