Duchess Kate, Prince William give life advice, pour a pint, during Cornwall visit

September 2, 2016
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Duchess Kate, Prince William during their two-day visit to the English county of Cornwall, met with the local teenager in the youth center. On September 1st, the royals also met with the Dean of Truro, the Venerable Roger Bush in the Truro Cathedral.

Duchess Kate during her and William visiting Cornwall, stopped by at a youth center, the royal couple had some conversation with volunteers, staff and teens from the community. When Kate asked the group of local teens: “Do any of you know what you would love to be? Do you have some aspirations?” William intercepted the answer. The Prince assured that searches of their own way in the life may take much longer time than you think:

“It is totally cool not to have that by the way. It took me an awfully long time to work out what I wanted to be.”

In other words, there’s no shame in taking a time to figure out career goals, encouraged the youth Prince William.

Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, and her husband William also met with the Dean of Truro, the Venerable Roger Bush, during their visit to the Truro Cathedral. In the cathedral, British royals signed slate tiles in support of a fundraiser to build a new roof for the church.

After that, Kate and William got to tour Healey’s Cyder’s warehouse and production hall, where they sampled some of the facility’s famous Rattler cider. This famous Healey’s Cornish Cider Farm is celebrating its 30th anniversary on September 1, 2016, in Truro.

Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, pours a pint of cider during her visit to Healey's Cornish Cider Farm.
Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, pours a pint of cider during her visit to Healey’s Cornish Cider Farm.
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