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Inside Prince William's Trip To Jordan

The Duke of Cambridge recreated Kate Middleton's family photo from the '80s

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26 June 2018

Prince William in Jordan

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The UK’s Prince William is currently on a royal tour of the Middle East, as we recap what the Duke of Cambridge recently got up to during his visit to Jordan. From watching the World Cup with Jordan’s Crown Prince Hussein, to recreating the Duchess of Cambridge’s family photograph at the Roman ruins in Jerash, it was an eventful trip for the Prince.

Here’s everything you missed from Prince William’s trip to Jordan

Watching the World Cup

On Sunday the Duke of Cambridge joined Crown Prince Al-Hussein bin Abdullah at the Beit Al Urdun Palace in Amman to watch England play Panama in the FIFA World Cup. Crown Prince Hussein shared the occasion with his Instagram followers with the caption: “Having a relaxing evening with His Royal Highness Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, after his first day in #OurJordan.”

Prince William and Crown Prince Hussein were both graduates of Sandhurst and enjoyed their downtime, as well as their official visits to the Crown Prince Foundation and a tour of the TechWorks Fabrication Lab.

Visiting Jordan's historic Jerash

The Duke of Cambridge was also taken to visit the Roman ruins at Jerash, where he found the same place where Kate Middleton was captured with her family in the ‘80s –which created the perfect chance to recreate the famous picture.

Prince William spoke of how Kate Middleton loved her time living in the Middle East when she was a young child. A canvas displaying the Middleton’s family pic was placed it’s it original spot for the Duke to admire.

The Jerash ruins are Jordan’s second most popular archeological site, after Petra.

Prince William in Jordan

Making Bread and Friends

The Duke of Cambridge and The Crown Prince then visited the Princess Taghrid Institute, where Jordanian orphans and underprivileged young people can learn new skills.The Duke joined women at the Institute to try his hand at bread making and also listened to the stories of orphaned women in the country.

Prince William and The Crown Prince were also photographed by Syrian refugees taking part in a photography workshop.

Prince William has now arrived in Israel, on the first official visit by a senior member of the British Royal Family.