It's Day-2 of Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton's India visit and following the sparkly Bollywood night of Sunday, the royal couple will spend Tuesday with budding entrepreneurs. They will spend the afternoon at the India Gate war memorial, following which they will pay respects to Mahtma Gandhi, the father of the nation.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived at the famous Social cafÃ© in Mumbai at around 10: 30 a.m. (IST) to meet the young, inspiring entrepreneurs and discuss the creation of a collaborative work space for India and UK in the near future. At the function, the excited business leaders demonstrated their ideas and enterprises for the royal couple.
Prince William also addressed the entrepreneurs with a short speech before launching the Tech Rocketship Awards. "Being here today, it is clear that India is leading the way in so many areas of innovation and technology," the prince said in his speech.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked elegant as usual in a Kiwi designer Emilia Wickstead's Wool Crepe Midi dress. which sold out just a couple of hours after she wore it. She was seen learning how to type Braille at the event.
Here are some photos of the royal couple form the young entrepreneurs event at the Social in Mumbai:
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Around 3:30 p.m. (IST), the parents of Prince George and Princess Charlotte are expected to visit Gandhi Smriti, where Mahatma Gandhi had spent the last few years of his life. According to Mirror, they will also trace Gandhi's footsteps from his bedroom to the spot of his assassination.
Following this, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will head over to the British High Commissioner's residence in New Delhi. There, they will attend Queen Elizabeth's 90th birthday party around 6 p.m. (IST).
The royal couple attended a charity cricket match and a Bollywood gala on Day-1 of their visit. You can see photos from those events here.
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