It was their first official engagement after Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced they were stepping back from their role as senior royals…reports Asian Lite News
As part of their first official engagement of the year, Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, visited Bradford.
The royal couple arrived in the West Yorkshire city to cheers from hundreds of well-wishers in Centenary Square, the BBC reported.
William and Kate visited several projects as part of the visit.
The royal couple began their visit at Bradford City Hall, where they spoke to young people about life in the city and with local employers helping youngsters to get jobs.
Hundreds of well-wishers reached at the spot to see the couple.
Following this, the duke and duchess visited MyLahore’s British Asian restaurant, where they met students from Bradford College taking part in an apprenticeship scheme.
They also visited Bradford Khidmat Centre, which is devoted to helping vulnerable members of society from minority ethnic backgrounds. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge heard about the activities and workshops offered at the centre, and the organisations that they support.
Their final destination was at a workshop run by Near Neighbours, an organisation that brings together people from religiously and ethnically diverse communities across the UK to get to know each other better.