Pregnant Kate Middleton Challenges Prince William to a Hockey Shootout

Pregnant Kate Middleton Challenges Prince William to a Hockey Shootout”

The couple then moved on to celebrate design at the launch of the UK-Sweden housing design exchange at the Swedish Centre for Architecture and Design or ArkDes. "They both think it would be lovely for the family to have a home birth, particularly for George and Charlotte".

Kate and William flew to Sweden on Monday, arriving in the evening ready for their four-day tour.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge tried their hand at bandy hockey in Stockholm as they kicked off their Scandinavian tour. Bandy is one of the biggest winter sports in Sweden, but outside Sweden and Russian Federation it is still largely unknown - a distant second-favourite to ice hockey.

With the clothes and the castles and the crowns, it's often hard to identify with royals.

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British Nobel Laureate Professor Duncan Haldane chatted to William when he later visited the Nobel Museum with Kate to learn the history of the prestigious awards which recognise outstanding achievements in a range of fields from the arts to sciences.

Taking an athletic stance, Kate slammed the ball into the goal. "Also, they were pushing each other to do well", their coach told reporters.

Upon arrival at the formal event, they were greeted by Swedish actors Stellan Skarsgård and Alicia Vikander.

Prince William and Catherine will also meet academics on their trip to hear about how Sweden deals with mental health issues.

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While looking at numerous exhibitions, Kate got the chance to try out one designer's chair.

The competitive couple, whose third child is due in April, kept warm by sipping hot chocolate with local school children. "But lots of people don't fill in the paperwork and they don't feel the need to be acknowledged in that way, but we are always very grateful".

But it looks like the British royal saved the best for last. Like, when Prince Harry leaves the house, it's front-page news. The Duke is expected to speak at the dinner.

Later on, they will visit MESH, which is a co-working space for entrepreneurs and start-up companies to help grow their businesses.

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