The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have always been loved by the people for their charming personalities. The couple really made headlines during their trip to Pakistan, and all for good reasons.
They are now back with yet another cute little moment. Recently, Prince William and Kate Middleton made a visit to Bradford – one of the most diverse cities in the United Kingdom, and home to a huge Pakistani diaspora. To make things more sweet, the couple made some milkshakes at MyLahore restaurant.
MyLahore is a British Asian restaurant chain which has taken inspiration from Lahore, the Food Capital of Pakistan. Both Prince William and Kate, went into the kitchen of the restaurant and made mango shake and kulfi shake. And they seemed to like it very much. William even said, ‘It’s good, it’s delicious.”
Chris Jackson, the British Royal Family’s official photographer shared some moments of the day on his Twitter.
“The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made some very tasty Kulfi milkshakes during a visit to @mylahore in Bradford today, he wrote.”
— Chris Jackson (@ChrisJack_Getty) January 15, 2020
British-Pakistani boxer Amir Khan also met with the royal couple and spoke with them about mental health and boxing academies.
Meeting with duke and duchess of Cambridge prince william and princess Kate Middleton
— Amir Khan (@amirkingkhan) January 15, 2020
Here are some photographs.
About the Bradford Trip
The royal couple traveled to Bradford to visit a number of projects which support the community and promote cohesion within it. They met with the young people of the community to hear about their daily experiences in the city of Bradford.
The Duke and Duchess also met the representatives from local employers and businesses who are helping young people into employment. MyLahore is one of those businesses. The restaurant’s project ‘Curry Circle’ is an initiative that provides food to the needy and the homeless.
Their official Instagram account posted some photographs from their visit to MyLahore and wrote,
“The Duke and Duchess tried their hands at making mango and kulfi milkshakes before sitting down to meet representatives from the UK Women’s Muslim Council and people who have benefitted from the Council’s Curry Circle.“
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Evoking memories of #RoyalVisitPakistan at @mylahore_ in Bradford — where The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met students from @bradfordcollege on a kitchen apprenticeship scheme at the restaurant. My Lahore is a British Asian restaurant chain which has taken inspiration from Lahore, known as the Food Capital of Pakistan, visited by The Duke and Duchess in 2019. The Duke and Duchess tried their hands at making mango and kulfi milkshakes before sitting down to meet representatives from the UK Women’s Muslim Council and people who have benefitted from the Council’s Curry Circle. The Curry Circle, which is sponsored by MyLahore, is an initiative that provides a hot two-course meal for people who are homeless or struggling to feed themselves. Before departing, The Duke and Duchess met restaurant staff and also took the opportunity to catch up with British-Pakistani Boxer @amirkingkhan! Photos 📷 by Kensington Palace #RoyalVisitBradford #Bradford
Later, the royal duo also visited the Khidmat Centers at Bradford “which help the most vulnerable members of the community from minority ethnic backgrounds.”
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At one of Bradford’s two Khidmat Centres — which help the most vulnerable members of the community 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. With 18 month old Sorayah The Duke and Duchess took part in a Little Dots workshop led by @betterstartbradford, which uses music and play to support children’s social, emotional and physical development, and support adult self esteem. At the Centre The Duke and Duchess also joined a @nearneighbours workshop, which brings together people from religiously and ethnically diverse communities across the UK to know each other better, build relationships of trust, and collaborate together on initiatives that improve the local community that they live in. Photos 📷 by Kensington Palace #RoyalVisitBradford #Bradford
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