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Royal visit 2016: Prince William, Kate Middleton's itinerary is here!

The Royal couple of Prince William and Kate Middleton will be on a six-day tour to India and Bhutan. While everyone is excited about the Royals visiting our country, we have got our hands on the itinerary of their trip:

Royal visit 2016: Prince William, Kate Middleton's itinerary is here!

New Delhi: The Royal couple of Prince William and Kate Middleton will be on a six-day tour to India and Bhutan. While everyone is excited about the Royals visiting our country, we have got our hands on the itinerary of their trip:

Take a look:

Day one: April 10

* Wreath laying at Taj Hotel, scene of Mumbai terror attacks

* Visit to Oval Maidan ground for children's cricket match and meeting with local children.

* Visit to ancient Banganga Water Tank in the upmarket Malabar Hill area.

Dinner and reception with Bollywood stars and figures from the business world.

Day two: April 11

* Meeting with aspiring young entrepreneurs at a GREAT campaign event.

* Wreath laying at war memorial India Gate in New Delhi.

* Tour of the Gandhi Smriti museum at Old Birla House.

Garden party celebrating the Queen's 90th birthday, where William will make a speech.

Day three: April 12

* Engagement with charity supporting vulnerable young people in New Delhi.

* Meeting with senior government leader. Private meeting with NGOs working in New Delhi.

Observing dance and musical performances celebrating Assamese New Year.

Day four: April 13

* Game drive at Kaziranga National Park.

* Visit to the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation.

* Visit to the Kaziranga Discovery Centre built by Mark Shand's charity, Elephant Family.

Completion of on an elephant sculpture to mark a 'call for artists' for India's elephant parade.

Day five: April 14

* Arrival in Bhutan for welcome by senior state representatives.

* Chipdrel traditional welcome procession in Thimphu Dzong.

* Private audience with King and Queen of Bhutan and visit to temple.

* Visit to Thimphu's open-air archery venue to observe traditional games.

Private dinner with The King and Queen at Lingkana Palace.

Day six: April 15

* Hike to Paro Taktsang, the Tiger's Nest monastery.

Reception for British nationals in Bhutan and Bhutanese people with strong links to the UK.

Day six: April 16

* Flight to Agra, India, the home of the Taj Mahal.

* Visit to Taj Mahal to mark conclusion of the tour.

From Zee News

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