Kensington Palace on Friday said Prince William will visit Dubai next month at the request of the British Foreign Office.According to the statement, it will be the Duke of Cambridge’s first visit to the UAE and will see him highlight two Royal Foundation programs while there.
“His Royal Highness’ programme comes in the 50th anniversary year of the UAE and will coincide with the UK National Day being held at Expo 2020 Dubai,” the statement said.According to reports, the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, would not accompany Prince William during his visit to the UAE.
Prince William recently joked that he and Kate Middleton may be done having kids. On Thursday, Jan. 20, the royal couple made a public appearance at Clitheroe Community Hospital in England, where they met members of the community.
At one point, per People, Kate posed for a photo while holding a baby girl. While the crowd gave their approval, William joked, “Don’t give my wife any more ideas! No more!”As seen in social media footage, the Duchess of Cambridge later returned the baby to her family, and William teased, “Don’t take her with you.”
The pair are parents to Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3, and the Duchess has been candid about her husband’s hesitancy to have any more little ones.Kate has also previously spoken about some of the challenges that come with parenting
“Everybody experiences the same struggle,” she said during an event with the Family Action charity in 2019. “You get a lot of support with the baby years…particularly in the early days up to the age of about 1, but after that there isn’t a huge amount—lots of books to read.”