Royals to leave kids at home during India visit

The hugely-anticipated visit is likely to take place in April. Photo / AP
The hugely-anticipated visit is likely to take place in April. Photo / AP

She is known as the Dragon Queen and the most glamorous woman in the Orient.

He has been dubbed The Prince Charming of the Himalayas, a ruler with the populist touch who is known to invite his subjects into his home for tea and a chat.

And this spring the young King and Queen of Bhutan, dubbed the 'William and Kate of the Orient', will host the real Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on an official visit on behalf of the British Government.

The hugely-anticipated visit will coincide with the couple's previously announced tour of India and is likely to take place in April.

Revealed by Kensington Palace today it has already prompted much excitement in Bhutan (which means Land of the Thunder Dragon), a tiny and remote kingdom nestling in the Himalayas between India and China.

Although William and Kate are leaving their own children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, behind when they embark on the trip, there will no doubt be much baby banter as the Bhutanese rulers are expecting their first child, a son, in a matter of weeks.

- Daily Mail

- Daily Mail

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