The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Bradford yesterday to carry out their first joint engagements of the year.
Following their first stop, the royals headed to MyLahore, which is a British Asian restaurant chain that has taken inspiration from Lahore, the Food Capital of Pakistan. The royal couple made mango and kulfi milkshakes. They chose ice cream to add to their drinks and mixed them using blenders.
William said his milkshake was “delicious” and went on to ask staff about the origin of ingredients used.
Both Prince William and Kate even got to meet with professional boxer Amir Khan during their visit to MyLahore’s flagship restaurant. The sports star said he spoke to William about his boxing foundation and mental health in sport. When asked about Prince Harry and Meghan, Amir said he felt for the family and thought they needed to sit down together to resolve the issues. He said he had never personally experienced any racism in the UK. “I’m British, I’ve lived in Britain all my life,” he explained. “I feel that Meghan will also be welcomed because the people in Britain
are very loving.”
William also went in the kitchen, where he met students from Bradford College taking part in an apprenticeship scheme.