Yeah, he was on Black Magic ... just not my Black Magic
Prince William is learning the duties expected of a British royal. This time, he's representing his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, on a tour of New Zealand and Australia. He's done ceremonial things like dedicating new government buildings, visiting a children's hospital, and participating in traditional food-related celebrations. He also visited with members of the New Zealand rugby team, and he got a spin at the helm of the New Zealand America's Cup yacht.
After looking at the schedule he has to follow on this visit Down Under, I would have to say that I would hate to have to go through all of the public ceremonial occasions and appearances that he has on his calendar. I do not think I could survive such a grueling routine. At least he had the ruggers and the sailors to lighten things up.
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