The Prince and Princess of Wales undertook a joint outing in Birmingham

Prince William makes the sweetest comment about Princess Kate during joint outing

Thursday was a busy day for the Prince and Princess of Wales as the royal couple traveled to Birmingham to celebrate the “city’s diverse culture and heritage” and to meet with local business owners.

As they spoke with members of the public, one of them immediately praised Kate’s attire. A bystander remarked that it was “beautiful,” to which William, 40, sweetly retorted: “She always looks stunning,” eliciting a few adoring comments from the gathered crowds.

 

William interacted with the crowds
Photo: Mark Cuthbert

The royal mother-of-three looked stunning as she strolled through Birmingham wearing a stunning burgundy midi dress by high-end designer Karen Millen.

The usual minimal makeup was worn by Kate, 41, to complete her look. She wore her brunette hair loose and long with her trademark soft curls. The royal accessorized her burgundy dress, which has a deep V neckline, a belted waist that is nipped in, and a pleated skirt with matching heels.

William made the remark as he spoke with a young woman who worked as a dance instructor at a nearby dance studio. He also shared one of his “biggest regrets” at the time.

The Prince admitted, “I still wish I’d learned to breakdance. One of my biggest regrets is that I didn’t pick up breakdancing when I was younger.

 

The royal couple helped out at a local restaurant
Photo: WPA Pool

 

William also had a conversation with 30-year-old Kelvin Osondu, who began penning fantasy novels at the age of 16.

“Kelvin, I need to bottle some of your discipline,” said the Prince, who earned an A in geography, a B in art, and a C in biology at the A Level. When I was younger, I should have read more books and watched less television, but I didn’t. Right now, I’m watching The Recruit on Netflix.

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The most notable part of William and Kate’s day in the West Midlands was when they went to a family-run restaurant and the Prince tried to reserve a table for two.

The Prince and Princess also assisted in the kitchen, where they attempted to make rotis, a straightforward flatbread frequently served with curries and cooked vegetables.

 

William and Kate received a warm welcome in Birmingham
Photo: Getty Images

 

In an interview with HELLO!, Dhiraj Sharma, who assists in running the eatery that his parents, Meena and Rakesh, founded, said: When we told the customers that Prince William had taken the reservation, they had to sit down. “When the customers came in, they were absolutely shocked. The group was leaving from London.

The reservation was made by Vinay Aggarwal and his wife Ankita Gulati, who honored their 2.15pm reservation and claimed they “didn’t recognise” William’s voice at all.

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