The royal has big plans for his children. Today, Prince William arrived in Jordan for a five days long visit to the Middle East. Although he made the trip without his wife Kate Middleton, she and their three kids were still on his mind.
Hussein, Crown Prince of Jordan in Amman, was the one to host William.
While there, William also visited the TechWorks Fabrication Lab, just one of the multiple technology labs that were set up by the Jordanian leader’s foundation as well as co-funded by the E.U. (European Union.)
As William was being shown a robotic arm drawing patterns, he mentioned to the students there that ‘This will be good for my children to start learning a bit of coding. It has to be helpful.’
As you may be aware, the older of the two princes is a father to newborn Prince Louis, Princess Charlotte, 3, as well as 4-year-old Prince George.
Also that day, the two princes spent some time together watching the England vs. Panama 2018 World Cup match that ended with William’s country being victorious, 6 to 1.
William also received some gifts from the Jordanian royal – A wooden shield as well as a model of a gas tank to a Ducati motorcycle.
Both presents were adorned with the Aston Villa crest, in order to properly commemorate the historic day.
During his trip, the British ambassador in Amman also threw Queen Elizabeth II a belated birthday party and William made sure to attend.
‘The Regent, His Royal Highness Crown Prince Al Hussein bin Abdullah II, and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, visit the TechWorks Fabrication Lab (FabLab) at the King Hussein Business Park#Jordan #UK @cpfjo @KensingtonRoyal,’ it was announced on social media.