While last week proved to be the first time in many weeks that the public saw the Duke and Duchess of Sussex together at the Invictus Games following weeks of speculation about their marriage, the Prince and Princess of Wales also delighted royal fans with their antics during a joint engagement in Hereford.The visit on Thursday provided ample opportunities for the couple to share in their specialist interests of early years development, mental health and the environment.They visited the British Army garrison Sterling Lines in Hereford and met with SAS families, before travelling onto Madley Primary School’s Forest School and an organisation called We Are Farming Minds, both of which are partners of The Duchy of Cornwall.
The royal couple - who recently left little doubt that they intend to secure their future as a forward-thinking, savvy brand by advertising for a CEO - enjoyed interesting activities during the day.
They met Duchy tenants, trying their hand at whittling and even making apple, cinnamon and sugar skewers to toast on a fire which Kate revealed she was going to try with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
Commenting on their approach to working together former BBC royal correspondent Jennie Bond tells OK! “William and Catherine appear to have a very equal partnership.Read more on ok.co.uk