New Zealand Prime Minister Gifts Prince William Women's Rugby Uniform
Photo: Peter Livingstone /Kensington Palace
The Duke of Cambridge, Prince William held an audience with New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Saturday, 2 July, during which received gifts from the form of a book for children uniforms for rugby. This was reported by People.
The picture taken at the meeting of the New Zealand Prime Minister and the British Prince was published by the official residence of the Dukes of Cambridge — Kensington Palace. On the representative of the monarchy and the head of government of the country of the British Commonwealth are depicted sitting on sofas opposite each other.
It is noted that the uniform of the women's rugby team Jacinda Ardern presented Prince William on on the eve of the World Cup Women's Rugby, which will take place in October 2022 . Tulip and Doug: A Spud-Tacular Friendship Story, a children's book about an adventurous girl and her potato friend, is intended for the children of Prince William. They also handed over the rugby ball.
This was the first meeting between Prince William and Jacinda Ardern in several years. They last saw each other in April 2019 when the Duke of Cambridge paid a visit to New Zealand after the attack on mosques in Christchurch.
Prepared by: Sergey Daga